As a member of Cloudera’s Partner Engineering team, I evaluate hardware and cloud computing platforms offered by commercial partners who want to certify their products for use with Cloudera software. One of my primary goals is to make sure that these platforms provide a stable and well-performing base upon which our products will run, a state of operation that a wide variety of customers performing an even wider variety of tasks can appreciate.
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Doug Cutting, Chief Architect at Cloudera, shares how the company uses open-source software to help companies use data to improve their business.
What does your company use open-source software to accomplish?
Everything we do.
In Part 1: Infrastructure Considerations in this three part revamped series on deploying clusters like a boss, we provided a general explanation for how nodes are classified, disk layout configurations and network topologies to think about when deploying your clusters.
In this Part 2: Service and Role Layouts segment of the series, we take a step higher up the stack looking at the various services and roles that make up your Cloudera Enterprise deployment.
Apache Hadoop’s security was designed and implemented around 2009, and has been stabilizing since then. However, due to a lack of documentation around this area, it’s hard to understand or debug when problems arise. Delegation tokens were designed and are widely used in the Hadoop ecosystem as an authentication method. This blog post introduces the concept of Hadoop Delegation Tokens in the context of Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) and Hadoop Key Management Server (KMS),
We at Cloudera believe that all companies should have the power to leverage data for financial gain, to lower operational costs, and to avoid risk. We enable this by providing an enterprise grade platform that allows customers to easily manage, store, process, and analyze all of your data, regardless of volume and variety.
Cloudera’s Enterprise Data Hub (EDH), a modern machine learning and analytics platform that is optimized for the cloud,