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New Contributor

Hi All,

          I recently joined the community to learn more about cloudera offering & strengthen my skills in big data & Hadoop.

Currently focusing on Implementing Hdoop offering in public cloud from multiple vendors.

 

Security & Network implementation.

Identifying & Troubleshooting issues.

 

looking for best practices and sizing documents for Implementing Hdoop services,Workers,gatway & Master.

 

I'll keep sharing my findings and Issues which I encounter.

 

 

  

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Re: INTRODUCE YOURSELF: Please Reply here to tell us about you!

New Contributor

Hi All,

          I recently joined the community to learn more about cloudera offering & strengthen my skills in big data & Hadoop.

Currently focusing on Implementing Hdoop offering in public cloud from multiple vendors.

 

Security & Network implementation.

Identifying & Troubleshooting issues.

 

looking for best practices and sizing documents for Implementing Hdoop services,Workers,gatway & Master.

 

I'll keep sharing my findings and Issues which I encounter.

 

 

  

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Re: INTRODUCE YOURSELF: Please Reply here to tell us about you!

New Contributor

Hi All,

          I recently joined the community to learn more about cloudera offering & strengthen my skills in big data & Hadoop.

Currently focusing on Implementing Hdoop offering in public cloud from multiple vendors.

 

Security & Network implementation.

Identifying & Troubleshooting issues.

 

looking for best practices and sizing documents for Implementing Hdoop services,Workers,gatway & Master.

 

I'll keep sharing my findings and Issues which I encounter.

 

 

  

Re: INTRODUCE YOURSELF: Please Reply here to tell us about you!

New Contributor

Hello everyone, I have a background in analytics and statistics, and want to learn what I can on big data possibilites (cloudera quickstart vm seems a good idea to start with).

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New Contributor

Hi my name is Cesar Orozco and I am former data engineer at ministerio de hacienda a Colombian government institution. We started with Cloudera  CDH two years ago, actually I'm working on a project to migrate data infraestructure to Hadoop Cluster in order to boost collaborators productivity.

 

You can find me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/manotasce/

 

Well that’s it from me. Thanks very much.

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Community Manager

A hearty welcome to our new members. I see that many of you are interested in increasing your knowledge. Another Cloudera source of information to check out is our Engineering blog for best practices, how-tos, use cases, and internals from Cloudera Engineering and the community


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I'm senior software engineer and currently joind this new organisation where i got to deploy complete hadoop solution asd I was going though stacks comparision between Hortonworks HDP 3.0 distribution and CDH 6 distro, the versions are way beyond in cdh 6 than that of in HDP 3.0. We can improve over here way too much. Like they are providing Hadoop version 3.1.0 with Hive 3.0 and many more please do some thing about the CHD stacks and version.

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Explorer

I'm senior software engineer and currently joind this new organisation where i got to deploy complete hadoop solution asd I was going though stacks comparision between Hortonworks HDP 3.0 distribution and CDH 6 distro, the versions are way beyond in cdh 6 than that of in HDP 3.0. We can improve over here way too much. Like they are providing Hadoop version 3.1.0 with Hive 3.0 and many more please do some thing about the CHD stacks and version.

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Community Manager

Welcome to the community @cdhDev and thank you for the opportunity to address your concern. We actually have an article on the community that explains CDH components versions compared with Hortonworks. The version numbers alone do not tell the complete story of what is in a release.

 

I hope the article helps alleviate some of your concern.   


Cy Jervis, Community Manager

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Hi Folks,

 

I like to think of myself and an information guy. I started with Informix back in the day and started working with tools like crystal reports before moving to cognos and SAS.

 

I realised that the delivery of information was always critically pinned to the underlying data and inputs so I kept going back to the data, I became and Oracle DBA for a while before brushing up on programming and getting into Java.

 

I always liked open source and worked for a while on alot of open source-based tools like Jaspersoft and Talend before moving into Apache Spark and discovering "big data". 

 

Today I'm enjoying the wold of Cloudera bringing all the tools I like together and making it quicker and easier to bring data in and make information available to the people that need it.

 

I am active int he Melbourne Java User Group and feel engaged in the Melbourne Scala Group as well. I have done a range of projects in Python and R which are both great languages, but the JVM feels like home.

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