Cloudera Enterprise 5.2 contains new functionality for security, cloud deployments, and real-time architectures, and support for the latest open source component releases and partner technologies.
We’re pleased to announce the release of Cloudera Enterprise 5.2 (comprising CDH 5.2, Cloudera Manager 5.2, Cloudera Director 1.0, and Cloudera Navigator 2.1).
This release reflects our continuing investments in Cloudera Enterprise’s main focus areas, including security, integration with the partner ecosystem, and support for the latest innovations in the open source platform (including Impala 2.0,
Thanks to M. Asokan, Chief Architect at Syncsort, for the guest post below.
Apache Sqoop provides a framework to move data between HDFS and relational databases in a parallel fashion using Hadoop’s MR framework. As Hadoop becomes more popular in enterprises, there is a growing need to move data from non-relational sources like mainframe datasets to Hadoop. Following are possible reasons for this:
- HDFS is used simply as an archival medium for historical data living on the mainframe.
Using this new tutorial alongside Cloudera Live is now the fastest, easiest, and most hands-on way to get started with Hadoop.
At Cloudera, developer enablement is one of our most important objectives. One only has to look at examples from history (Java or SQL, for example) to know that knowledge fuels the ecosystem. That objective is what drives initiatives such as our community forums, the Cloudera QuickStart VM,
With 1.4, Impala’s performance lead over the SQL-on-Hadoop ecosystem gets wider, especially under multi-user load.
As noted in our recent post about the Impala 2.x roadmap (“What’s Next for Impala: Focus on Advanced SQL Functionality”), Impala’s ecosystem momentum continues to accelerate, with nearly 1 million downloads since the GA of 1.0, deployment by most of Cloudera’s enterprise data hub customers, and adoption by MapR, Amazon, and Oracle as a shipping product.
The meetup opportunities during the conference week are more expansive than ever — spanning Impala, Spark, HBase, Kafka, and more.
Strata + Hadoop World 2014 is a kaleidoscope of experiences for attendees, and those experiences aren’t contained within the conference center’s walls. For example, the meetups that occur during the conf week (which is concurrent with NYC DataWeek) are a virtual track for developers — and with Strata + Hadoop World being bigger than ever,