Category Archives: Cloudera Manager

Cloudera Manager 3.7.6 released!

Categories: Cloudera Manager

We are pleased to announce that Cloudera Manager 3.7.6 is now available! The most notable updates in this release are:

  • Support for multiple Hue service instances
  • Separating RPC queue and processing time metrics for HDFS
  • Performance tuning of the Resource Manager components
  • Several bug fixes and performance improvements

The detailed Cloudera Manager 3.7.6 release notes are available at: https://ccp.cloudera.com/display/ENT/Cloudera+Manager+3.7.x+Release+Notes

Cloudera Manager 3.7.6 is available to download from: https://ccp.cloudera.com/display/SUPPORT/Downloads

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Cloudera Manager 3.7.4 released!

Categories: Cloudera Manager

We are pleased to announce that Cloudera Manager 3.7.4 is now available! The most notable updates in this release are:

  • A fixed memory leak in supervisord
  • Compatibility with a scheduled refresh of CDH3u3
  • Significant improvements to the alerting functionality, and the rate of ‘false positive alerts’
  • Support for several new multi-homing features
  • Updates to the default heap sizes for the management daemons (these have been increased).

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Cloudera Manager | Activity Monitoring & Operational Reports Demo Video

Categories: Cloudera Manager

In this demo video, Philip Zeyliger, a software engineer at Cloudera, discusses the Activity Monitoring and Operational Reports in Cloudera Manager.

Activity Monitoring

The Activity Monitoring feature in Cloudera Manager consolidates all Hadoop cluster activities into a single, real-time view. This capability lets you see who is running what activities on the Hadoop cluster, both at the current time and through historical activity views. Activities are either individual MapReduce jobs or those that are part of larger workflows (via Oozie,

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Thoughts on Cloudera and Cisco UCS reference architecture for Apache Hadoop

Categories: CDH Cloudera Manager

Cloudera and Cisco jointly announced a reference architecture for running Cloudera’s Distribution Including Apache Hadoop (CDH) and Cloudera Manager on Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS) last November. It was the first Apache Hadoop reference architecture assembled by Cisco, and is proudly certified by Cloudera.

I bring a different perspective on the Cloudera-Cisco relationship, as I worked for over five years in Cisco on the software powering the Nexus 5000 series switches and the Cisco Virtual Interface Card.

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