Network traffic rules - Amazon EMR
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Network traffic rules

When Apache Ranger is integrated with your EMR cluster, the cluster needs to communicate with additional servers and Amazon.

All Amazon EMR nodes, including core and task nodes, must be able to communicate with the Apache Ranger Admin servers to download policies. If your Apache Ranger Admin is running on Amazon EC2, you need to update the security group to be able to take traffic from the EMR cluster.

In addition to communicating with the Ranger Admin server, all nodes need to be able to communicate with the following Amazon services:

  • Amazon S3

  • Amazon KMS (if using EMRFS SSE-KMS)

  • Amazon CloudWatch

  • Amazon STS

If you are planning to run your EMR cluster within a private subnet, configure the VPC to be able to communicate with these services using either Amazon PrivateLink and VPC endpoints in the Amazon VPC User Guide or using network address translation (NAT) instance in the Amazon VPC User Guide.