Category Archives: Cloudera Manager

Cloudera Enterprise 6.1.0 is Now Available

Categories: Accumulo CDH Cloudera Manager Cloudera Navigator Kafka Kudu Search Tools

We are pleased to announce the general availability of Cloudera Enterprise 6.1.0, the modern platform for machine learning and analytics optimized for the cloud. This release delivers several new capabilities, improved usability, and better performance.

As usual, the release includes 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):

Data Engineering

Cloudera Enterprise 6.1 now supports Spark Structured Streaming and enables micro-batch processing at ~100ms increments enabling ingest to query latencies in the Cloudera platform measured in seconds.

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Assessment of Apache Impala Performance using Cloudera Manager Metrics – Part 1 of 3

Categories: CDH Cloudera Manager Impala Performance

For a user-facing system like Apache Impala, bad performance and downtime can have serious negative impacts on your business. Given the complexity of the system and all the moving parts, troubleshooting can be time-consuming and overwhelming.

In this blog post series, we are going to show how the charts and metrics on Cloudera Manager (CM) can help troubleshoot Impala performance issues. They can also help to monitor the system to predict and prevent future outages.

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Fine Grained Access Control in Cloudera Manager

Categories: CDH Cloudera Manager

One instance of Cloudera Manager (CM) can manage N clusters. In the current Role Based Access Control (RBAC) model, CM users hold privileges and permissions across everything in CM’s purview (including every cluster that CM manages). For example, Read-Only user John is a user who can perform all the actions of Read-Only users on all clusters managed by CM. The “Cluster Admin” user Chris is a cluster administrator of all the clusters managed by CM.

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How-to: Automate Replications with Cloudera Manager API

Categories: CDH Cloud Cloudera Manager

Cloudera Enterprise Backup and Disaster Recovery (BDR) enables you to replicate data across data centers for disaster recovery scenarios. As a lower cost solution to geographical redundancy or as a means to perform an on-premises to cloud migration, BDR can also replicate HDFS and Hive data to and from Amazon S3 or a Microsoft Azure Data Lake Store.

Many customers may require an automated solution for creating, running, and managing replication schedules in order to minimize Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) for late arriving data or to automate recovery after disaster recovery.

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Automatic TLS Configuration with Cloudera Director 2.6

Categories: Cloudera Director Cloudera Manager Platform Security & Cybersecurity

Cloudera Director 2.6 and Cloudera Manager 5.13 offer a simple way to have TLS configured for Cloudera Manager and CDH clusters. In this blog post, Bill Havanki describes how to use the new feature and offers technical details behind how the automatic configuration happens.

Why TLS in the Cloud

An important tenet of information security is defense in depth. The idea behind defense in depth is to have multiple layers of security protecting valued assets,

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