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CDH 6.X pricing

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Hi,
I have a CDH 6.1 cluster which has < 100 nodes(free Cloudera Express) . I'm thinking about extending the cluster to > 100 nodes.

I've found this link:
https://www.cloudera.com/content/dam/www/marketing/resources/datasheets/cloudera-enterprise-datashee...

Unfortunately it seems like the enterprise license is not only for CDH but for all Cloudera products(CDP, Data Hub, HDP Enterprise). What's the cost per node of a CDH Cloudera Express cluster? How is it related to this pricing?:
https://www.cloudera.com/products/pricing.html

Regards

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Re: CDH 6.X pricing

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Hello,

 

You can not buy Cloudera Express and it does not support > 100 nodes from CDH 6.1. Please see this note:

 

https://community.cloudera.com/t5/Product-Announcements/ANNOUNCE-Cloudera-Manager-6-1-Express-functi...

 

It is also worth pointing out that with newer versions of the software Cloudera will not be shipping a Cloudera Express edition although you will still be able to download the software and do a trial.

 

The list price for Cloudera's commercial products are here:

 

https://www.cloudera.com/products/pricing.html

 

Regards,

Steve

 

 

 

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Re: CDH 6.X pricing

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@piosobc Your best source of information on this is going to be someone in sales. You can do reach out to them via the methods listed in the Contact Us page on Cloudera.com



Cy Jervis, Community Manager

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Re: CDH 6.X pricing

Rising Star

Hello,

 

You can not buy Cloudera Express and it does not support > 100 nodes from CDH 6.1. Please see this note:

 

https://community.cloudera.com/t5/Product-Announcements/ANNOUNCE-Cloudera-Manager-6-1-Express-functi...

 

It is also worth pointing out that with newer versions of the software Cloudera will not be shipping a Cloudera Express edition although you will still be able to download the software and do a trial.

 

The list price for Cloudera's commercial products are here:

 

https://www.cloudera.com/products/pricing.html

 

Regards,

Steve

 

 

 

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Re: CDH 6.X pricing

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Thanks @StevenOD !
I made a small mistake in my description. I know Cloudera Express does not support > 100 nodes, that's why I'm thinking of upgrading it to Cloudera Enterprise.

There is no CDH among the current Cloudera products, only CDP which is a merge of CDH and HDP. Where can i find the pricing of CDH 6.1 Enterprise, is it equal to current CDP pricing?

Also, from what I understand in this post you linked, downgrading the CDH and CM from 6.1 to 6.0 won't erase the limit of 100 nodes.

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Re: CDH 6.X pricing

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Hi @piosobc ,

 

The CDH pricing is under the 'Enterprise Data Hub' column on this page:

 

https://www.cloudera.com/products/pricing.html

 

So yes, it's the same as CDP. But as @cjervis mentioned in an earlier post it is best to discuss this with someone in our sales organization via Contact Us page on Cloudera.com.

 

I think Cloudera Express will work > 100 nodes for CDH / CM 6.0 as this limit was introduced at 6.1. However, I don't recommend this as an approach as you would surely benefit from the enterprise-class features for more than 100 nodes. Also, as I mentioned in my earlier post, Cloudera is moving away from shipping Cloudera Express editions. Your best option is to consider a support version of CDH / CDP.

 

Regards,

Steve

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