The new cluster templates feature in Cloudera Manager 5.7 makes creating clusters faster and easier.
Often, after an Apache Hadoop cluster has been configured correctly, its admin will want to replicate the configuration in one or more clusters—whether for promoting a dev or staging cluster to production, or setting up a new production cluster with the same configuration as an existing one.
For Cloudera customers, until recently the process for replicating cluster configurations was manual and error-prone.
This new release contains, among other things, support for usage-based billing, deployments to Microsoft Azure, and deployments across providers or regions.
Cloudera Director is a manifestation of Cloudera’s commitment to provide a simple and reliable 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. With Cloudera Director 2.1,
Learn why running real workloads on Cloudera’s internal EDH cluster is an important step in the overall QA process before releases.
At Cloudera, we strive to deliver a stable, reliable Apache Hadoop-based platform without sacrificing cutting-edge features. (See this post for an introduction to that process.)
In the past, we have written about how the Cloudera Support organization’s internal cluster helps improve the customer experience via CDH components such as Apache Impala (incubating) and Cloudera Search.
Cluster admins will love the new cluster utilization reporting available in Cloudera Manager 5.7.
Enterprise data hub clusters often are shared by several teams. In such multi-tenant environments, cluster administrators are required to ensure that resources are shared fairly so that one tenant cannot run jobs that starve others. To give better visibility into resource consumption in multi-tenant environments, Cloudera Manager 5.7 (in Cloudera Enterprise Flex and Data Hub Editions) has a new feature for reporting cluster utilization that provides information about overall cluster usage,
Cloudera has given its documentation set a facelift, and we think you’ll like the new look. We use more whitespace and a font that is easier to read and skim, and your pages load much faster. But the improvements go beyond the merely aesthetic.
While electronic documentation has been around for decades, most online documentation is still presented as if it were printed in books. There is a table of contents that assumes you will read the content from start to finish.