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COD now supports CDP Control Plane for eu-1 (Germany) and ap-1 (Australia) regions.
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CDP Operational Database (COD) ensures high availability and fault tolerance using Multi-AZ deployments.
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Store File Tracking (SFT) is available as a general availability feature delivered through the Cloudera Operational Database (COD) service.

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COD now supports replications for META regions enabled by default. This is useful while multiple clients are trying to access the COD services using Spark, YARN, or Phoenix-Spark.

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You can now download the Phoenix Client Jars with a single click directly from the Phoenix Thick client and Phoenix Thin client tabs in the UI.

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COD now supports the “Storefile Tracking” (SFT) as an optional feature in Runtime 7.2.14.0.

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COD allows to disable the Kerberos authentication temporarily for HBase clients that run on Cloudera legacy products.

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COD supports custom table coprocessors, which you can implement and extend from HBase coprocessors’ interfaces.

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COD supports RAZ integration from the Runtime version 7.2.11.0. You can grant fine-grained access to directories.

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For a smooth and better functionality, COD is now bundled with the HBase version 2.4.6. You need to upgrade the HBase client version for seamless connectivity.

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The transaction support in COD enables you to perform complex distributed transactions and run atomic database operations, meaning your database operations must either be completed or terminated. A transaction ensures adhering to the ACID properties.

 

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COD now supports 1.6TB NVMe (Non-volatile Memory Express) based cache that significantly improves the performance when you deploy COD with object storage.

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COD is now available on GCP as Technical Preview, in addition to AWS and Azure.

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COD now provides consistently high performance by deploying HDFS to store data.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) now supports configuring a storage instance to cache HBase data stored in S3.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) supports copying tables from one COD cluster to another.

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Cloudera supports upgrading an installed runtime version to an advanced one with downtime.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) supports disabling the autonomous functions.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) now automatically sets configuration properties for the Cloudera replication plugin.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) now supports custom user tags while using CDP CLI Beta.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) now supports and deploys HDFS on Cloud Block Storage. COD now provides an updated ‘update-database’ command in CDP CLI Beta.

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Cloudera now supports Phoenix access through the Apache Hue SQL assistant.

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Different filters such as time range, snapshot name, and command ID are added in COD that enables listing all the HBase snapshots.

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A new command ‘--disable-ephemeral-storage’ is added in COD which provides the ability to disable ephemeral storage in CLI.

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COD supports DataHub/OpDB deployment across multiple availability zones (Multi-AZ) to ensure high availability.

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COD now supports a built-in coprocessor AggregateImplementation, which is a HBase built-in system level coprocessor that computes the aggregate function at a region level.

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CDP Operational Database (COD) now supports an auto-scaling algorithm that allows COD to prioritise system operations that results in a reduced cost of infrastructure.

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An upgrade-database option has been provided in CDP CLI beta that enables the upgrade of the operating system to the latest supported version

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CDP Operational Database expands support for JDBC APIs and SQLAlchemy APIs in Python for Apache Phoenix with support for the getPrimaryKeys and getIndexInfo from the JDBC API through PhoenixDB (along with the SQL Alchemy wrapper APIs)

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CDP Operational Database (COD) provides increased visibility into performance with graphs on P99 get latency, block cache hit ratio, compaction queue size

 

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