Cloudera has announced the launch of Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud (CDP Private Cloud), according to a press release on the company’s website. This release comes on the heels of Cloudera’s September 2019 debut of the Cloudera Data Platform. The Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) is an integrated data management platform that provides self-service analytics across hybrid and multi-cloud environments. The platform is completely open source, open compute, open storage and open for integration, helping to ensure customers can avoid the dreaded vendor lock-in.
The Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud is built on Red Hat OpenShift and powered by Kubernetes, which means that customers can now collect, enrich, report, serve and model enterprise data for any use case in any cloud. Cloudera claims that CDP Private Cloud can deliver data analytics and machine learning services “up to 10x faster than traditional data management solutions and cloud services.” Companies can also optimize and share compute infrastructure across different data processes which may eliminate the need for data replication.
The platform simplifies security, privacy and compliance for disparate cloud data through shared data experience (SDX) technologies. SDX enables users to create a secure data lake and replaces scripting with more convenient options.
In a media statement about the news, Cloudera’s Chief Product Officer Arun Murthy told us: “CDP Private Cloud, running on Red Hat OpenShift, modernizes data platforms leveraging decoupled storage and compute with containers and Kubernetes to accelerate time value by 10x and ensures critical workloads meet their SLAs, realizing the vision of the enterprise data cloud.”
The Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud is currently in tech preview for select customers. Cloudera expects to make it generally available later in the summer.
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