Cloudera Developer Blog · Cloudera Manager Posts
I am pleased to announce the release of Cloudera Impala Beta (version 0.4) and Cloudera Manager 4.1.3. Key enhancements in each release are:
Cloudera Impala Beta (version 0.4)
Because raising the visibility of Apache Hadoop use cases is so important, in this post we bring you a re-posted story about how and why Rapleaf, a marketing data company based in San Francisco, uses Cloudera Enterprise (CDH and Cloudera Manager).
Founded in 2006, Rapleaf’s mission is to make it incredibly easy for marketers to access the data they need so they can personalize content for their customers. Rapleaf helps clients “fill in the blanks” about their customers by taking contact lists and, in real time, providing supplemental data points, statistics and aggregate charts and graphs that are guaranteed to have greater than 90% accuracy. Rapleaf is powered by Cloudera.
Business Challenges Before Cloudera
With the availability of this new demo VM containing Cloudera Manager Free Edition and CDH4.1.2 on CentOS 6.2, getting quick hands-on experience with a freeze-dried single-node Apache Hadoop cluster is just a few minutes away after the download process.
This new addition to our growing Demo VM menagerie is available, as usual, in VMware, VirtualBox, and KVM flavors. A 64-bit host OS is required.
I am pleased to announce the release of Cloudera Impala Beta (version 0.3) and Cloudera Manager 4.1.2. Key enhancements in each release are:
Cloudera Impala Beta (version 0.3)
I am pleased to announce the release of Cloudera Impala Beta (version 0.2) and Cloudera Manager 4.1.1. These are both enhancement releases to make bug fixes available quickly. Key enhancements in each release are:
Cloudera Impala Beta (version 0.2)
I am very pleased to announce the availability of Cloudera Manager 4.1. This release adds support for the Cloudera Impala beta release, and management and monitoring of key CDH features.
Here are the highlights of Cloudera Manager 4.1:
Axemblr, purveyors of a cloud-agnostic MapReduce Web Service, have recently announced the availability of an Apache-licensed Java Client for the Cloudera Manager API.
The task at hand, according to Axemblr, is to ”deploy Hadoop on Cloud with as little user interaction as possible. We have the code to provision the hosts but we still need to install and configure Hadoop on all nodes and make it so the user has a nice experience doing it.” And voila, the answer is Cloudera Manager, with the process made easy via the REST API introduced in Release 4.0.
Note (added July 8, 2013): The information below is deprecated; we suggest that you refer to this post for current instructions.
Today we bring you one user’s experience using Apache Whirr to spin up a CDH cluster in the cloud. This post was originally published here by George London (@rogueleaderr) based on his personal experiences; he has graciously allowed us to bring it to you here as well in a condensed form. (Note: the configuration described here is intended for learning/testing purposes only.)
Our video animation factory has been busy lately. The embedded player below contains our two latest ones stitched together:
What do you do at Cloudera, and in which Apache project are you involved?