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Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010
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Cloudera - Charles Zedlewski - Hadoop World 2010

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Cloudera Roadmap & Release Plan

Charles Zedlewski
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  • 1. Roadmap & Release Plan 10-12-2010
  • 2. Cloudera Roadmap & Release Plan - DISCLAIMER  The information in this document is proprietary to Cloudera. No part of this document may be reproduced, copied or transmitted in any form for any purpose without the express prior written permission of Cloudera.  This document is not subject to any agreement with Cloudera. This document contains only intended strategies, developments and functionalities of Cloudera products and is not intended to be binding upon Cloudera to any particular course of business, product strategy and/or development. Please note that this document is subject to change and may be changed by Cloudera at any time without notice.  This document is provided without a warranty of any kind, either express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement.  Cloudera shall have no liability for damages of any kind including without limitation direct, special, indirect or consequential damages that may result from the use of these materials. The limitation shall not apply in cases of gross negligence.
  • 3. Goals for this session • Give you visibility into where Cloudera is going next • Help explain why Cloudera is investing where it is • Get you to be a part of it Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc.
  • 4. Cloudera’s product strategy • Provide the reference distribution for the Hadoop platform • Functionally complete • Performant and secure • Integrated & tested • Easy to trial & consume • 100% Apache licensed • Open to partners and the extended IT ecosystem • Provide a commercial solution to helps enterprises run Hadoop in production • Software & services • Increase transparency, consistency & reliability • Lower the cost & complexity of administration • Improved compliance to policies & processes Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc. Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Cloudera Enterprise
  • 5. Cloudera’s release strategy • The platform release • Releases annually • Public beta • Comprised of several open source software component versions & patches • The applications release • Releases semi-annually • Private beta • Has dependencies to specific platform (CDH) version(s) Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc. Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop Cloudera Enterprise
  • 6. CDH themes • CDH3 – move from kernel to platform • Provide the features of a platform - expansion of the functional footprint & take ownership of combining & integrating a single platform versus the current industry practice of “roll your own” • Enable others to build on the platform - better functionality for integration of RDBMS and BI • Centralize basic functions of the platform - configuration and service management (more on this…) • Incremental enhancements to existing components • CDH4 – consistency and performance • Extend high availability & authorization throughout the platform • Rationalize duplicate functions across the platform • Improve performance throughout • Incremental enhancements to existing components Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc.
  • 7. What’s CMF? Datanodes Region Servers Collectors Flume Processors MastersJob Trackers Name Node Secondary NN Task Trackers Zookeep er Quora Workflow Servers Hue CMF CMF Agent CMF Agent CMF Agent CMF AgentCMF AgentCMF Agent CMF Agent CMF AgentCMF Agent CMF Agent CMF Agent Systems Monitor (Hyperic, Zenoss, Nagios, etc.) Configuration Management (Puppet, Chef, cfEngine) Server / VM Provisioning (Bladelogic, HP, IBM, Eucalyptus) • Service & process mgt • Unified config • Monitor • Binary distribution (optional) CMF Agent A framework that helps organizations to operate Hadoop services and resources as a unified system In scope Out of scope • Governance of distributed services and individual daemons (start, stop, restart, flag) • Service configuration • “Movement” of services across physical hosts • Change management database • Cross-system issues (e.g. dev – test – prod) • Operating system and / or JVM configuration management • Resource (e.g. server, network, VM) provisioning
  • 8. Cloudera Enterprise • Reduces the risks of running Hadoop in production • Improves consistency, compliance and administrative overhead Management applications • Authorization mgmt & provisioning • Monitoring • Resource mgmt • System lifecycle (planned) • Production support for CDH & certified integrations (Oracle, Netezza, Teradata, Greenplum, Aster Data) 8Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc. All rights reserved Applications
  • 9. Enterprise management applications themes • Enterprise 3.0 – cover some immediate enterprise needs • Extend authorization management & administration to meet the needs of more complex organizations • Track the usage of scarce cluster resources • Monitor incoming data via Flume • Enterprise 3.5 – improve transparency & automation • Real-time activity monitor (more on this…) • Expand file browser to show provenance & ownership of data including multi-parameter search • Extended authorization management & administration • Enhancement to existing components Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc.
  • 10. Why an activity monitor? • SLA’s are typically measured as activity completion time or slot availability rate • Four different trackers to log into (Hive, Pig, Oozie, MapReduce) all with different and incomplete metrics • No means of setting policies to correct or fix misbehaving activities • Currently no data available to drive continuous improvement Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc. • Frustrating that ops can’t reliably measure what they are supposed to be measured on! • Incomplete and inconsistent metrics, measured differently by activity • Even with proper use of the scheduler, misbehaving activities can drag down a cluster • “Just add more boxes?”
  • 11. Get involved! • The best Cloudera products and features are built in partnership with customers • Contact charles@cloudera.com if you are interested Copyright 2010 Cloudera Inc.
  • 12. Appendix

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