Cloudera has harmonized and relaunched its analytic database products as Data Warehouse. Providing a consistent experience for a hybrid environment involving on-premises and cloud is Cloudera’s strongest card when competing with cloud-native “frenemies.”
- A common hybrid experience is important when competing with cloud-native big data platforms from Amazon, Azure, and Google Cloud.
Features and Benefits
- Analyzes what's behind Cloudera's relaunch of its data warehousing products, for on-premises deployment and managed cloud service.
- Compares Cloudera Data Warehouse for on-premises deployment with Altus Data Warehouse, the service Cloudera manages in the cloud.
Key questions answered
- How is Cloudera harmonizing its on-premises and cloud-based data warehousing offerings?
- Why is a consistent hybrid data warehousing platform architecture important when competing against cloud-native conterparts?
Table of contents
The importance of hybrid
How Cloudera Data Warehouse and Altus Data Warehouse support the hybrid story
Adding SQL query optimization