Cloudera Altus (launched in May 2017) is a platform-as-a-service (PaaS) offering that enables users to analyze and process data at scale in public cloud infrastructures. Altus was designed from the outset to support multiple clouds from the perspective of both back-end architecture and front-end workflows. With the announcement of Microsoft Azure support, Altus will be able to support data engineering workloads in Microsoft Azure, with the same Altus interfaces for API and CLI,
This article shows how to build and publish a customized Docker image for usage as an engine in Cloudera Data Science Workbench. Such an image or engine customization gives you the benefit of being able to work with your favorite tool chain inside the web based application.
Cloudera Data Science Workbench (CDSW) enables data scientists to use their favorite tools such as R, Python, or Scala based libraries out of the box in an isolated secure sandbox environment.
This article introduces a new Apache Hadoop feature called S3Guard. S3Guard addresses one of the major challenges with running Hadoop on Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3), eventual consistency. We outline the problem of S3’s eventual consistency, how it affects Hadoop workloads, and explain how S3Guard works.
Although Apache Hadoop has support for using Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) as a Hadoop filesystem, S3 behaves different than HDFS. One of the key differences is in the level of consistency provided by the underlying filesystem.
Cloudera is pleased to announce that Cloudera Enterprise 5.12 is now generally available (GA). The release includes enhancements for running in cloud environments (with broader ADLS support and improved AWS Spot Instance support), usability and productivity improvements for both data science and analytic workloads, as well as performance gains and self-service performance management across a range of workloads.
As usual, there are also a number of quality enhancements, bug fixes, and other improvements across the stack.
The following article by Ciaran Dynes was reposted from the Talend blog with their permission.
As you may have read, Talend recently announced its support for Cloudera Altus, a newly released Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering that simplifies running large-scale data processing applications in the public cloud. For us, supporting Altus at launch was the absolute easiest decision given that so many of our customers are looking to realize the cost,