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Cloudera APAC partner awards - Deloitte AU takes out A/NZ partner of the year
The annual Cloudera APAC Partner Summit took place in Singapore this month with Microsoft, Tech Data, and Deloitte Australia among the big winners.
Cloudera announces launch of cloud based data warehouses
Cloudera claims this is the first data warehouse cloud service that actually brings the warehouse to the data.
Cloudera boosts big data capabilities for cybersecurity
Cloudera, Centrify, StreamSets and Arcadia Data to work on speeding up deployment on Cloudera’s cybersecurity hub.
Nutanix & Cloudera bring public cloud scalability to private data centres
“Enterprises are rejecting infrastructure options that do not provide cloud-like operating models."
Cloudera launches new software for the shared data experience
“Companies often cite security, governance, and complexity among their primary reasons for not moving their operational workloads to cloud."
Interview: Cloudera talks security, open source machine learning and big data
"We said, 'let’s build a foundation where everyone can collaborate together'. Within that collaboration, we can innovate faster as a community."
Talend: New edition of Data Fabric platform supports Microsoft Azure & Google
Stirrup says that in this environment, CIOs must design their IT infrastructure with agility to deliver in a hybrid, multi-cloud world.
Cloudera launches PaaS for the public cloud - Cloudera Altus
The initial rollout of Cloudera Altus will support Apache Spark, Apache Hive on MapReduce2, and Hive on Spark.
Crucial expands with its highest density server memory to date
The modules support a range computing applications including Microsoft SQL, Oracle, Microsoft Azure, VMware VDI, Cloudera, Hortonworks and SAP HANA.
Talend seals deal with Cloudera to deliver big data agility in the cloud
Talend has announced it is working with Cloudera as the first integration provider to support Cloudera Altus.
Qrious-er and qrious-er: Qrious gears up to launch Kiwi big data platform
Spark's Qrious has signed an MSP deal with data analytics vendor Cloudera as it prepares to launch a big data platform for enterprise and government.
Navigating the big (data) influences in 2017
The big data revolution is now at a stage bigger than the past industrial revolution says Cloudera's Daniel Ng. He offers insight into what's ahead.
How Cloudera's data solutions tracked coverage of 2016's biggest sporting events
“Over the two weeks, we delivered 2.7 million emails across 108 targeted campaigns triggered by audience behaviours. The results were compelling."
ZNV & Cloudera target big data analytics management in data centers
ZNV hopes to provide more quality products and services for customers and become the leader in the field of data centers."
Why Cloudera is quickly becoming the 'backbone' of enterprise data hubs
Cloudera Enterprise is fast becoming the 'backbone' of enterprise data hubs as customers journey their way to digital transformation.
Cloudera, Hadoop and the changing role of data in business
We look at the big data trend, it's impact and one of the key players.
Cloudera Enterprise inks international IMS Health contract
Global information and technology services firm IMS Health as selected Cloudera to support its Big Data Factory for life sciences and healthcare.
Cloudera ramps up Kiwi business on back of 'phenomenal' big data demand
Big data spells big opportunities for Cloudera and its Kiwi channel, with new offices, new staff and new customers.
Gartner names Cloudera a 'Visionary'
“Vendors are continuing to innovate and support new the use cases demanded by the IoT and digital business. For these, data becomes more important."
Cloudera and Fusionex team up to harness the power of big data
“We at Fusionex are committed to this strategic partnership, where both parties will benefit from each other to drive joint success."
Big data gets even bigger - so what lies ahead?
Cloudera’s Daniel Ng, outlines five key trends for 2016, as big data gets even bigger.