Amazon EMR
Amazon EMR Release Guide

Apache Phoenix

Apache Phoenix is used for OLTP and operational analytics, allowing you to use standard SQL queries and JDBC APIs to work with an Apache HBase backing store. For more information, see Phoenix in 15 minutes or less. Phoenix is included in Amazon EMR release version 4.7.0 and later.

If you upgrade from an earlier version of Amazon EMR to Amazon EMR release version 5.4.0 or later and use secondary indexing, upgrade local indexes as described in the Apache Phoenix documentation. Amazon EMR removes the required configurations from the hbase-site classification, but indexes need to be repopulated. Online and offline upgrade of indexes are supported. Online upgrades are the default, which means indexes are repopulated while initializing from Phoenix clients of version 4.8.0 or greater. To specify offline upgrades, set the phoenix.client.localIndexUpgrade configuration to false in the phoenix-site classification, and then SSH to the master node to run psql [zookeeper] -1.

The following table lists the version of Phoenix included in the latest release of Amazon EMR, along with the components that Amazon EMR installs with Phoenix.

For the version of components installed with Phoenix in this release, see Release 5.28.0 Component Versions.

Phoenix Version Information for emr-5.28.0

Amazon EMR Release Label Phoenix Version Components Installed With Phoenix


Phoenix 4.14.3

emrfs, emr-ddb, emr-goodies, emr-kinesis, emr-s3-dist-cp, hadoop-client, hadoop-hdfs-datanode, hadoop-hdfs-library, hadoop-hdfs-namenode, hadoop-httpfs-server, hadoop-kms-server, hadoop-mapred, hadoop-yarn-nodemanager, hadoop-yarn-resourcemanager, hadoop-yarn-timeline-server, hbase-hmaster, hbase-client, hbase-region-server, phoenix-library, phoenix-query-server, zookeeper-client, zookeeper-server