Much of the hype around big data and analytics focuses on business value and bottom-line impacts. Those are enormously important in the private and public sectors alike. But for government agencies, there is a greater mission: improving people’s lives. Data makes the most ambitious and even idealistic goals—like making the world a better place—possible. This […]
Cloudera customers run some of the biggest data lakes on earth. These lakes power mission critical large scale data analytics, business intelligence (BI), and machine learning use cases, including enterprise data warehouses. In recent years, the term “data lakehouse” was coined to describe this architectural pattern of tabular analytics over data in the data lake. […]
In the second blog of the Universal Data Distribution blog series, we explored how Cloudera DataFlow for the Public Cloud (CDF-PC) can help you implement use cases like data lakehouse and data warehouse ingest, cybersecurity, and log optimization, as well as IoT and streaming data collection. A key requirement for these use cases is the […]
Every large enterprise organization is attempting to accelerate their digital transformation strategies to engage with their customers in a more personalized, relevant, and dynamic way. The ability to perform analytics on data as it is created and collected (a.k.a. real-time data streams) and generate immediate insights for faster decision making provides a competitive edge for […]
Introducing Michael Billau, customer operations engineer from Raleigh, North Carolina as Cloudera’s June Volunteer Spotlight! Michael volunteers with the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. Learn more about his experience and the important work this organization is doing to meet the needs of its community.
Here at Cloudera, we’re committed to helping make the lives of data practitioners as painless as possible. For data scientists, we continue to provide new Applied Machine Learning Prototypes (AMPs), which are open source and available on GitHub. These pre-built reference examples are complete end-to-end data science projects. In Cloudera Machine Learning (CML), you can […]
In the first blog of the Universal Data Distribution blog series, we discussed the emerging need within enterprise organizations to take control of their data flows. From origin through all points of consumption both on-prem and in the cloud, all data flows need to be controlled in a simple, secure, universal, scalable, and cost-effective way. […]