Company Overview of Cloudera, Inc.
Cloudera, Inc. provides enterprise data management solutions for big data applications. It offers CDH, an open source distribution solution for Apache Hadoop and related projects. The company also provides Cloudera Enterprise that includes Cloudera Manager, a management application for Apache Hadoop and the enterprise data hub to make administration of enterprise data hub simple and straightforward; and Cloudera Navigator, an integrated data management application for Apache Hadoop-based systems. In addition, it offers training services for developers, administrators, and data analysts. Further, the company provides enterprise solutions, such as data warehouse optimization, advanced analytic...
1001 Page Mill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Founded in 2008
Key Executives for Cloudera, Inc.
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Chairman of the Board and Chief Strategy Officer
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Cloudera, Inc. Key Developments
BetVictor Implements Cloudera Enterprise to Gain Greater Insight into Customer Behaviour and Habits
Jan 28 16
Cloudera announced that BetVictor has implemented Cloudera Enterprise to gain greater insight into customer behaviour and habits. The company selected Cloudera for its ability to deliver a Hadoop-based platform that is fast, easy to use, and secure. BetVictor has built an enterprise data hub with Cloudera, using Impala for interactive queries and Cloudera Manager to streamline system operations, as well as Sentry for security. The team enrolled in Cloudera University training to ensure fast adoption and time-to-value from the platform, and users are eager to leverage Cloudera's expertise as they implement Apache Spark in the near term.
SanDisk Deploys Cloudera Enterprise as an Enterprise Data Hub to Store, Process, Analyze, and Test All of Its Product Quality Data
Jan 26 16
Cloudera announced that SanDisk, has deployed Cloudera Enterprise as an enterprise data hub to store, process, analyze, and test all of its product quality data. With Cloudera, SanDisk is for the first time incorporating end-to-end analytics and machine learning into its manufacturing operations, reducing drive errors, predicting failures, and ultimately ensuring superior reliability, quality, and performance of its products. By implementing an enterprise data hub with Cloudera, SanDisk can collect, analyze, and test all data generated throughout the manufacturing pipeline - from design to product assembly, and from groups spanning the company whose data traditionally resided in relational databases, NoSQL databases, Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and more, in a single, secure location. The Cloudera platform, including components like Impala, Apache Spark, and Apache Hive, allows users to search, query, and analyze their data, while also enabling machine learning across the vast dataset. Cloudera Navigator and Apache Sentry are critical components of the platform, ensuring real-time data encryption, fine-grained authorization policies, and role-based access controls to protect SanDisk’s intellectual property.
Cloudera Announces Cloudera Director 2.0 for the Easiest Way to Manage Enterprise Hadoop Workloads Across Cloud Environments
Jan 21 16
Cloudera announced the latest version of Cloudera Director 2.0, the easiest way to deploy and manage enterprise Hadoop in cloud environments. As the only Hadoop distribution to support hybrid cloud environments, Cloudera has been leading the cloud movement for Hadoop so customers can capitalize on the flexibility provided by the cloud while taking advantage of the platform capabilities of Hadoop. This release marks a critical milestone for this movement with new automations to reduce operating costs, deliver critical enterprise-grade capabilities, and provide troubleshooting necessary for production. Customers can also take advantage of customized configurations to quickly get started with common workloads. Due to the rising popularity of streaming data and the Internet of Things, more data is being generated and stored in the cloud. Paired with the resourcing flexibility of cloud environments, it has become an appealing environment to support many common Hadoop workloads. Cloudera was the first Hadoop vendor to help customers embrace these trends, and has since developed new technologies through Cloudera Director to support hybrid operations, new optimizations in the platform to seamlessly integrate with object stores, and integrations and partnerships with the major cloud environments -- Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud Platform (GCP), and Microsoft Azure -- for a reliable experience regardless of environment.
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