Cloudera Enterprise is the newest and fastest way to evaluate Apache Hadoop for your enterprise. Cloudera, a provider of Apache Hadoop-based software and services has announced the next evolution of its Platform for Big Data, Cloudera Enterprise. The company has introduced Cloudera navigator and Cloudera enterprise backup and disaster recovery technologies that enable Hadoop to be deployed and compliant in mission-critical systems environments.
Cloudera Enterprise has been developed to address and exceed enterprise business continuity and compliance requirements and simplify integration with existing data management systems. It can process structured and unstructured data, some of which is highly sensitive and subject to strict regulatory compliance mandates.
With these launches, Cloudera set the standard for Apache Hadoop. The company offers fully integrated solutions for companies seeking to generate greater value from all their business data. The new technological advance achievements of Cloudera, shows its commitment to offering a data management platform with new business continuity, compliance and centralized system management capabilities.
Before the launch of Cloudera Enterprise, available Hadoop management tools have lacked these integration and control capabilities.
Philip Russom, research director for data management at The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI) said in a statement, "Although Hadoop is a strong platform, its promise is inhibited by its sparse and immature tooling. Before it receives broad adoption from mainstream IT organizations, its tooling must progress substantially to enable the core functionality enterprise buyers require in information platforms, namely, functions for data security, access control, usage auditing, backup, disaster recovery, notification of job failures, software updates and upgrades, and much more. With its new products, Cloudera Navigator and Cloudera Enterprise BDR, as well as the latest version of Cloudera Manager, Cloudera addresses these and other administrative tool requirements in spades."