Advance Your Analytics Workloads With Cloudera and Dell Technologies

Cloudera and Dell Technologies collaboration in Big Data Analytics/Apache Hadoop workloads helps customers get the most out of their data and realize the benefits of the latest advancements in analytics.

Data is the lifeblood of the modern business in today’s data era. It is the fuel that powers smarter decision making while unlocking newfound productivity and progress. Over the last decade, we at Dell Technologies have been delivering deeper insights to our customers with flexible, scalable, enterprise data analytics solutions that bridge structured and unstructured data.

Big Data Analytics platforms like Apache Hadoop are key in deriving insights from this massively growing datasphere. We have been partnering with the leading analytics platform providers like Cloudera to bring jointly engineered, optimized and tested Big Data Analytics solutions to market while providing extensive consulting and professional services to those who need it to help our customers at every step of their digital transformation journey.

Together, Dell Technologies and Cloudera are committed to deliver data insights anywhere, from the edge to the core data center to the cloud. With Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) Private Cloud Base combined with scale-out NAS like Dell EMC PowerScale and enterprise object storage like Dell EMC ECS, you can soft-migrate and seamlessly transition from Hortonworks to CDP. Consolidating data in one place also simplifies containerization and/or virtualization of Hadoop, so you can provide Hadoop-as-a-Service with PowerScale as the storage foundation.

With the recent launch of the new PowerEdge servers, customers can get the compute power needed for all of their workloads and applications, including the highly compute-intensive Big Data Analytics solutions. Optimizing the latest technologies and featuring 3rd Generation AMD EPYC™ processors, PowerEdge R6515 accelerates data processing capabilities by up to 60% in Big Data Hadoop databases¹, speeding time to insights.

Customers are benefitting from the innovations coming out of Dell Technologies and Cloudera. It is helping us transform too. Our own IT organization is delivering data-driven business insights to employees and customers around the world by running analytics and AI workloads on a massive data lake powered by Cloudera’s Apache distribution and our infrastructure portfolio of PowerEdge, PowerSwitch, PowerScale and PowerFlex.

Cloudera 2021 Global Partner of the Year Winner graphicCloudera recently recognized Dell Technologies’ leadership in Hadoop/Big Data analytics and our long-term relationship with the Global Partner of the Year award. This award was granted, among other things, based on year-over-year growth trajectory, development commitment and technology alignment, and, joint wins and success stories over the past year.

Going forward, we are working with Cloudera for customers to consume Hadoop solutions in any way they need. You can buy the individual solution components, such as servers and storage on demand, and/or you can buy integrated Hadoop solutions on demand.

Find out more about our Big Data Analytics solutions, visit our websites here and here.

1 Based on Dell analysis of the best TPCx-HS benchmark result for 17-node 3TB configurations of 21.52HSph on the TPCx-HS page as of 3/3/2021 and the score submitted by Dell to TPC of 34.52HSph approved for publication on March 15, 2021. See full press release. Benchmark performance results.

Chhandomay Mandal

About the Author: Chhandomay Mandal

Dr. Chhandomay Mandal is the Director of Solutions Marketing at Dell Technologies. He leads solutions across artificial intelligence, analytics, business applications, and cyber as well as industry-specific solutions for healthcare, media & entertainment, semiconductors and smart manufacturing. Prior to his current role, he led Dell’s all-flash storage solutions marketing efforts for desktop virtualization, server virtualization and private cloud. Dr. Mandal has been awarded 13 patents. He has a PhD from University of Florida, MBA from Indiana University, and BTech from Indian Institute of Technology.