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Cloudera Delivers Its Most Powerful Machine Learning and Analytics Platform

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According to a new press release, “Cloudera, Inc., the modern platform for machine learning and analytics optimized for the cloud, announced the availability of Cloudera’s most powerful platform for data warehousing and machine learning – Cloudera Enterprise 6.0.  Cloudera also announced Cloudera Altus hybrid cloud innovations that unify control and governance of long-running and transient workloads on public clouds and data centers, managed by customers or as-a-service by Cloudera. These new platform enhancements help accelerate enterprise expansions of data warehousing and machine learning applications by increasing cloud deployment choice and giving IT confidence and control of those options. Coupled with the general availability of recently announced innovations in data warehousing performance, hybrid data warehouse-as-a-service, and intelligent workload experience management, Cloudera is demonstrating its commitment to continued technology innovation and leadership in data warehousing and machine learning at scale.”

The release goes on, “Cloudera Enterprise 6.0 delivers advances in performance and enterprise quality, with innovations in search, streaming, scale, and control—all designed to help enterprises operationalize data insights faster. Unlike competing data platforms that package unproven and often untested open source components, Cloudera carefully curates, integrates, and tests its hybrid open source platform against real enterprise use cases to ensure it meets the most demanding customer standards. The latest release is Cloudera’s most powerful platform for mission-critical data warehousing and machine learning applications, capable of running on-premises, in the cloud, wherever the data resides.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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