We’re excited to announce that Cloudera’s Private Cloud Data Services 1.5.2 is now generally available. Infuse the power of cloud-native analytics into your on-premises workloads with Cloudera’s industry leading data platform.
This release delivers Cloudera’s Open Data Lakehouse on Private Cloud Data Services, providing the scale, speed, and reliability you need to build trusted, enterprise AI to solve your biggest business challenges.
Here are some highlights of this release:
Apache Iceberg is now generally available, enabling you to implement an Open Data Lakehouse architecture to unify all your data across a hybrid cloud ecosystem.
Cloudera Data Catalog is now generally available, making it easier to find the right data at the right time, an essential piece of building out a successful Data Fabric and indeed a Data Mesh.
Run new LLM Applied ML Prototypes (AMPs), including parameter efficient fine tuning (PEFT) techniques to greatly decrease the computational and storage costs.
Certification for Portworx, further widening compatibility with popular storage platforms on private cloud.
Additionally, we’re releasing exciting new features across each of the data services in 1.5.2, for faster insights and enhanced user experience for data practitioners. Some highlights across the data services include:
For Cloudera Data Engineering:
Elastic Quota for Virtual Clusters
Using GPUs to accelerate CDE Spark jobs and sessions (Technical Preview)
For Cloudera Data Warehouse:
Quota-managed resource pools
View Impala query details and query profile in Hue
For Cloudera Machine Learning:
ECS Support on RHEL 8
Quota Management at workspace level (Tech Preview)
There are many additional features delivered on the platform and across the data services that are published in the official Release Notes.
To learn more about how cloud-native data management can help you optimize your data workloads and stay competitive in today's fast-paced data landscape, check out our introductory blog and short video for Private Cloud Data Services.
Cloudera’s Professional Services team is available to ensure your migration to CDP is successful. In addition, Cloudera’s Support Team is available for your mission critical support needs. We encourage you to open a support case via our Support Portal to alert us of your planned upgrade.