On the 11th, Cloudera officially announcedThe merger is officially completedThe new company name uses "Cloudera". Arun Murthy, co-founder of Hortonworks and current chief product officer at Cloudera, said in the article: "We were Hortonworks yesterday. Today, with the official completion of our merger, we are Cloudera - now the second largest open source software company in the world."
“Today also marks the beginning of the industry's first enterprise data cloud, which provides the right data for data wherever the business needs to work.” Arun Analytics, the Hortonworks team has been investing in real-time data streaming and data ingestion to support Edge IoT use cases, while Cloudera is more focused on the AI and ML worlds, enabling data scientists to automate machine learning workflows with extremely sophisticated tools. And now "we are a company, we can combine our assets and complementary strategies to provide the first enterprise data cloud, the power to release data, any data from the edge to the AI, running on any cloud, at 100 % on open source data platforms."
Enterprise data clouds support mixed and cloudy deployments that provide enterprise flexibility, and Arun says that composite platforms are built to run the most demanding IoT/data streams, data engineering, cloud native data across data centers, public clouds and edges. Warehouse and AI, ML applications.
Cloudera is now the only data management company that runs across all major public cloud architectures, covering AWS, Azure, Google, IBM, and Oracle. When it comes to the future, Arun says "Cloud Everywhere," and the new company's next vision is to provide 100%. The open source unified platform leverages the best features of Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) 3.0 and Cloudera CDH 6.0 to meet the changing needs of the world's most demanding organizations in the context of today's ever-distributed, popular container technology and cloud-native architecture cloud demand. “By joining hands, we now have the scale, resources and talent to do more and do it faster.”
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