Learn how to use Cloudera to spin up Apache Hadoop clusters across multiple cloud providers to take advantage of competing prices and avoid infrastructure lock-in.
Why is a multi-cloud strategy important?
In the early days of Cloudera, it was a fair assumption that our software would be running on industry-standard servers that were purchased, owned, and operated by the client in their own data center. In the last few years,
Cloudera Director 2.4 improves support for long-running clusters by syncing with upgrades and topology changes via Cloudera Manager, and adds support for Spark 2 and Kudu. Cloudera Director along with CM and CDH5.11 adds support for Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store (ADLS), and pausing of clusters with Amazon EBS volumes.
Cloudera Director helps you deploy, scale, and manage Apache Hadoop clusters in the cloud of your choice.
Cloudera Enterprise 5.11 is Now Available
Cloudera is pleased to announce that Cloudera Enterprise 5.11 is now generally available (GA). The highlights of this release include lineage support for Apache Spark, Apache Kudu security integration, embedded data discovery for self-service BI, and new cloud capabilities for Microsoft ADLS and Amazon S3.
As usual, there are also a number of quality enhancements, bug fixes, and other improvements across the stack. Here is a partial list of what’s included (see the Release Notes for a full list):
- Core Platform and Cloud
- Amazon S3 Consistency: S3Guard ensures that operations on Amazon S3 are immediately visible to other clients,
Cloudera Director helps you deploy, scale, and manage Apache Hadoop clusters in the cloud of your choice. Its enterprise-grade features deliver a reliable mechanism for establishing production-ready clusters in the cloud for big-data workloads and applications in a simple, reliable, automated fashion.
Cloudera Director Overview
In this post, you will learn about new functionality in release 2.3, but first, if you’re new to Cloudera Director, let’s revisit what it does.
- On-demand creation and termination of clusters: Using Cloudera Director,
Cloudera is proud to announce that Cloudera Enterprise 5.10 is now generally available (GA). The highlights of this release include the GA of the new columnar storage engine Apache Kudu, improved cloud performance and cost-optimizations, and cloud-native data governance for Amazon S3.
As usual, there are also a number of quality enhancements and bug fixes (learn more about our multi-dimensional hardening/QA process) and other improvements across the stack. Here is a partial list of what’s included (see the Release Notes for a full list):