Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud is now available

Cloudera, the enterprise data cloud company, has announced the general availability of Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud (CDP Private Cloud).

CDP Private Cloud extends cloud-native speed, simplicity and economics for the connected data lifecycle to the data centre, enabling IT to respond to business needs faster and deliver rock-solid service levels so people can be more productive with data.

“CDP Private Cloud data analytics experiences help people, teams and businesses work smarter, not harder,” said Anupam Singh, chief customer officer, Cloudera. “People are more productive because they have self-service access to the data and analytics they need to work more efficiently. Teams are more collaborative because they can quickly access and share data anywhere. Businesses are more agile because they make decisions faster and better with CDP Private Cloud’s powerful data analytics experiences.”

Operating CDP Private Cloud has container-based management tools that help reduce the time to deliver analytics and machine learning from weeks to minutes. It also changes the game for data centre economics with container-based analytics and machine learning to help reduce data centre costs by increasing server utilisation up to 70%, while also reducing storage and data centre overhead. Overall, CDP Private Cloud can deliver up to 50% more analytics for the same data centre investment.

CDP Private Cloud is built for hybrid cloud, seamlessly connecting on-premises environments to public clouds with consistent, built-in security and governance. This hybrid cloud user experience helps with operations consistency and offers greater infrastructure choice.

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