Cloudera Altus is a suite of products which enable you to deploy and consume Cloudera Enterprise clusters in the public cloud environment of your choice. With Cloudera Altus cloud services such as Altus Data Engineering or Altus Data Warehouse Cloudera creates and manages clusters on your behalf, using your cloud provider’s infrastructure resources, freeing you up to focus on your workloads and their business value. Cloudera Altus cloud services creates resources and manages them in your account,
Cloudera Altus Director 6.0 adds support for deploying CDH 6 clusters on public cloud infrastructure. Altus Director also features improved integration with SDX configured namespaces, allows encryption of its configuration properties, and includes a tool for copying its database. Altus Director’s interfaces have been streamlined, removing deprecated features and old API endpoints.
Cloudera Altus Director, formerly known as Cloudera Director, helps you deploy, scale, and manage Cloudera clusters in AWS,
The motivation behind Cloudera Altus SDX is to enable multiple clusters to share the same consistent view of enterprise data hosted on Amazon S3 and Microsoft ADLS. At the heart of Altus SDX is a repository of attributes describing locations and structure of data, access rights, business glossary definitions, lineage and more.
We often hear from our customers about use cases where data is in the cloud and clusters are created on demand to ingest new datasets.
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.
Cloudera Director 2.8 introduces a simpler way to create clusters in AWS or Microsoft Azure that requires less information to get started than the standard procedure. A new configuration export capability enables retrieval of a client configuration file for any cluster as a starting point to create new clusters.
Cloudera Director helps you deploy, scale, and manage Cloudera clusters in AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud Platform.