Apache Superset is an enterprise-ready and modern business intelligence web application. It is fast, lightweight, intuitive, and loaded with options that make it easy for users of all skill sets to explore and visualize their data, ranging from basic simple pie charts to highly detailed complicated geospatial charts.
Superset is cloud-native and designed to be highly available. It was designed to scale out to large, distributed environments and works very well inside containers. While its easy to test drive Superset on a modest setup or simply on your laptop, there’s virtually no limit around scaling out the platform.
Easy configurable AMI with pre-installed Apache Superset
INSTALLATION VIA AWS MARKETPLACE
Kindly click on the below link to install the server via AWS Marketplace:
An intuitive interface for visualizing datasets and crafting interactive dashboards
A wide array of beautiful visualizations to showcase your data
Code-free visualization builder to extract and present datasets
A world-class SQL IDE for preparing data for visualization, including a rich metadata browser
A lightweight semantic layer which empowers data analysts to quickly define custom dimensions and metrics
Out-of-the-box support for most SQL-speaking databases
Seamless, in-memory asynchronous caching and queries
An extensible security model that allows configuration of very intricate rules on on who can access which product features and datasets.
Step 1. Connect to SSH
In a terminal window, use the ssh command to connect to the instance. You specify the user name for your instance, and the public DNS name or IPv6 address for your instance, the path and file name of the private key (.pem).
ssh ubuntu@publicIP -i [Path of key pair file]
If it shows access denied message run the following command , then run the above command again to connect via ssh.
chmod 400 [Path of key pair file]
Step 2. Test your Apache Superset Installation
If your Apache Superset is installed and running, you will have to follow below steps to start using Apache Superset
To test your Installation
In a web browser, type the URL of the file that is already created. This URL is the public DNS address of your instance followed by a forward slash and the file name.
You should see the following Apache Superset login page:
Step 3. Access AWS Instance ID
For an EC2 instance (either a standalone instance or a part of a stack), or a database instance, you can find the ID in a few steps below
In EC2 console, In the navigation pane, select Instances. The Instances page opens.
Click the instance that you want the ID for. The instance details page opens and displays the ID and IP address.
Default Login ID-superset-admin and password - <AWS Instance ID>