Now there’s an even quicker “QuickStart” option for getting hands-on with the Apache Hadoop ecosystem and Cloudera’s platform: a new Docker image.
You might already be familiar with Cloudera’s popular QuickStart VM, a virtual image containing our distributed data processing platform. Originally intended as a demo environment, the QuickStart VM quickly evolved over time into quite a useful general-purpose environment for developers, customers,
Big Industries, Cloudera systems integration and reseller partner for Belgium and Luxembourg, has developed an integration of Apache Mesos and CDH that can be deployed and managed through Cloudera Manager. In this post, Big Industries’ Rob Gibbon explains the benefits of deploying Mesos on your cluster and walks you through the process of setting it up.
[Editor’s Note: Mesos integration is not currently supported by Cloudera, thus the setup described below is not recommended for production use.]
Apache Mesos is a distributed,
Following these best practices can make your upgrade path to CDH 5 relatively free of obstacles.
Upgrading the software that powers mission-critical workloads can be challenging in any circumstance. In the case of CDH, however, Cloudera Manager makes upgrades easy, and the built-in Upgrade Wizard, available with Cloudera Manager 5, further simplifies the upgrade process. The wizard performs service-specific upgrade steps that, previously, you had to run manually, and also features a rolling restart capability that reduces downtime for minor and maintenance version upgrades.
With Cloudera Director, cloud deployments of Apache Hadoop are now as enterprise-ready as on-premise ones. Here’s the technology behind it.
As part of the recent Cloudera Enterprise 5.2 release, we unveiled Cloudera Director, a new product that delivers enterprise-class, self-service interaction with Hadoop clusters in cloud environments. (Cloudera Director is free to download and use, but commercial support requires a Cloudera Enterprise subscription.) It provides a centralized administrative view for cloud deployments and lets end users provision and scale clusters themselves using automated,
The Transaction Processing Council (TPC), working with Cloudera, recently announced the new TPCx-HS benchmark, a good first step toward providing a Big Data benchmark.
In this interview by Roberto Zicari with Francois Raab, the original author of the TPC-C Benchmark, and Yanpei Chen, a Performance Engineer at Cloudera, the interviewees share their thoughts on the next step for benchmarks that reflect real-world use cases.
This interview was originally published at ODBMS.org;