When it merged with fellow big data management vendor Hortonworks in January 2019, Cloudera Inc. gained a better chance to compete with cloud providers’ Hadoop offerings — setting up an AWS faceoff. The upcoming Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) will be an open source, cloud-hosted big data offering meant to challenge Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR) — AWS’ Hadoop service — and other cloud-oriented big data analytics applications also built on Hadoop. CDP does not have a release date yet.
Cloudera also partnered with IBM in June 2019 to collaborate on big data and AI offerings and resell each other’s services: Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub and DataFlow as well as IBM Watson Studio and Big SQL. Let’s take a look at what this Cloudera and IBM partnership might mean for users with big data workloads on the cloud and how CDP changes the contest of Cloudera vs. Amazon EMR.
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