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Cloudera Releases Navigator Optimiser Suite In Beta

20/11/2015 by

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Along with the 5.5 version of its Enterprise big data platform, Cloudera is rolling out a beta version of its Navigation Optimizer data management suite to existing customers.

Cloudera is making a beta release of its Navigator Optimizer suite for data management available to customers Thursday, alongside its normal point release of its Cloudera Enterprise big data platform.

The beta release is limited to Cloudera's existing customers.

Navigator Optimizer is crafted to measure incoming queries, gauge their impact on the IT system, and help decide which platform can best handle the query without bogging down the entire system.

"Inefficiently allocated data workloads are all too common across enterprises -- causing costly delays, errors, and complexity. Customers need visibility into their workloads and guidance to ensure the best results with Hadoop," Charles Zedlewski, vice president of products at Cloudera wrote in a November 19 statement.

Optimizer Navigator, now in beta, was an outgrowth of an acquisition made back in February, when Cloudera bought a small business intelligence software firm named Xplain.io. The firm's application, called Big Data Integration Service (BDIS), allows users to figure out which workloads are best suited for Hadoop.

This article has been extracted from http://www.informationweek.com, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.informationweek.com/big-data/software-platforms/cloudera-releases-navigator-optimizer-suite-in-beta/d/d-id/1323217

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