Finally Cloudera announced version 20 of its Imp

first_imgFinally, Cloudera announced version 2.0 of its Impala open-source analytics database running natively in Hadoop. Impala is a core component of Cloudera Enterprise 5.2, and the 2.0 release bolsters the platform with SQL 2003 support for standards-based analytics, role-based access controls and Apache Sentry integration, legacy data type migration and vendor-specific SQL extensions.Hortonworks Data Platform 2.2 releasedPopular Hadoop distribution Hortonworks announced version 2.2 of the Hortonworks Data Platform, the company’s enterprise data platform for the Hadoop YARN subproject.HDP 2.2 adds more than 100 new features that integrate with YARN to enable batch, interactive and real-time methods of interacting with a single set of Hadoop data.A YARN-ready Apache Spark engine engine for data science and an Apache Kafka engine for Internet of Things data processing.Enterprise SQL at Hadoop scale with the initiative, adding updated SQL semantics for ACID transactions in Apache Hive, a cost-based optimizer for better SQL query performance and ORC file compression.Apache Argus for centralized security administration and policy enforcement, integrated with Apache Storm and Samsung Knox with the ability to enforce policy with Hive and HBase.Management and monitoring improvements: 100% uptime target with cluster rolling upgrades, Ambari Views for custom visualization and Ambari Blueprints to deliver template cluster deployment.Automated cluster backup to the cloud for Microsoft® Azure and Amazon S3.An HDP 2.2 preview is currently available, and the release will be generally available in November. Cloudera releases Cloudera Enterprise 5.2, Impala 2.0, Cloudera Director product and Cloudera Accelerator ProgramCloudera used the Strata stage to unveil a slew of new products, programs and updates.The Apache Hadoop software provider released version 5.2 of Cloudera Enterprise, its data analytics management solution for Hadoop, with several security advancements including simple key management, enhanced auditing and component coverage in Cloudera Navigator and sentry policy management support in the open-source Hadoop UI.Cloudera also announced a new product and programs, the Cloudera Director self-service platform for managing enterprise cloud deployments and two new programs real-time streaming innovation—the Cloudera Accelerator Program and Cloudera Labs.Cloudera Director extends the company’s enterprise data hub architecture to the cloud, allowing for self-service provisioning through a simple interface and foundational support for hybrid deployments across multiple cloud environments. The Cloudera Accelerator Program will work with partners to further advance real-time streaming architectures such as the Apache Spark framework, while Cloudera Labs will serve as a virtual incubator for open-source initiatives the Cloudera engineering team is contributing to, such as the Apache Kafka fault-tolerant messaging system.last_img