This new release adds support for Amazon EBS volumes and the ability to diagnose cluster bootstrap errors quickly.
Cloudera Director provides a simple, reliable, enterprise-grade way to deploy, scale, and manage Apache Hadoop in the cloud of your choice. Cloudera Director enables you to deploy production-ready clusters for big data applications and successfully run workloads in the cloud.
Cloudera Director makes it easier for customers to:
- Deploy clusters in line with patterns native to cloud infrastructure
- Use an interface to define in one place the desired cluster specification all the way down to the operating system
- Repeatedly and programmatically instantiate these cluster definitions
- Adapt to the dynamic nature of cloud infrastructure
Cloudera Director 2.2 provides additional mechanisms to get that initial cluster definition right and the ability to diagnose errors and iterate quickly.
Cloudera Enterprise 5.9 includes the latest release of Hue (3.11), the web UI that makes Apache Hadoop easier to use.
As part of Cloudera’s continuing investments in user experience and productivity, Cloudera Enterprise 5.9 includes a new release of Hue. Hue continues its focus on SQL and also now makes your interaction with the Cloud easier (Amazon S3 specifically in this first version). We’ll provide a summary of the main improvements in the following part of this blog post.
Since the last blog post announcing the release of YCSB 0.6.0 in Cloudera Labs, users of Cloudera CDH and EDH will have noticed regular updates to the Labs version, keeping it in lockstep with the upstream release. This should help assure users of a consistent and easy mechanism to deploy the current version of YCSB (which at the moment is v.0.10.0 in CLABS) to evaluate the performance of the NoSQL stores employed within their clusters such as HBase,
Updated 11/22/16 – Important: All features below are working on CDH 5.9.0 and CM 5.9.0 and above.
This tool makes Oozie migrations off Apache Derby (or any other supported database) easy, in addition to streamlining upgrades.
The Apache Oozie server is a stateless web application by design, with all information about running and completed workflows, coordinator jobs, and bundle jobs stored in a relational database.
Solr 5 includes a completely re-written faceted search and analytics module with a structured JSON API to control the faceting and analytics commands. Here’s how it works.
Since I joined Cloudera a few years ago to help bring search-powered analytics to Cloudera’s platform, I’ve been working actively upstream alongside the rest of the Solr community to develop new functionality that will drive more interesting applications on Cloudera Search (which is based on an integration of Solr with the Apache Hadoop ecosystem).