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Now Certified: Deploying Cloudera on Containers with BlueData

Today we’re excited to announce that Hewlett Packard Enterprise, with solutions from BlueData, has partnered with Cloudera to deliver the Enterprise Data Cloud experience running on containers. Building upon our existing partnership and joint customer engagements — along with a similar in-depth certification process with Hortonworks (certified since 2014)—HPE’s container-based BlueData EPIC software platform is now […] Read More

Distributed Machine Learning Environments with H2O on Containers

More and more enterprises are adopting machine learning in support of their AI and digital transformation initiatives. Here at BlueData, I’ve worked with many customers across multiple industries to implement their machine learning algorithms. Whether in financial services, insurance, life sciences, healthcare, manufacturing, retail, telecommunications, or government … adoption is accelerating across every sector for […] Read More

Hortonworks Certification: HDP on Docker Containers with BlueData

Running unmodified open source distributed computing frameworks on Docker containers has long been one of BlueData’s core value propositions. With that in mind, Hortonworks was one of BlueData’s first partners in the Apache Hadoop and Big Data ecosystem; the BlueData EPIC software platform was first certified for the Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) back in 2014. […] Read More

Big Data and Container Orchestration with Kubernetes (K8s)

Here at BlueData, we’ve been leading the charge on deploying and running Big Data applications like Hadoop and Spark on containers: we first announced our support for Docker more than two years ago. At that time, there was no clear choice for container orchestration. More importantly, the existing tools for container orchestration simply didn’t meet […] Read More

Hadoop and Spark on Docker: Ten Things You Need to Know

For a while now, I’ve been struggling to understand why any enterprise would want to build their own solution for large-scale deployments of Big Data workloads like Hadoop and Spark on Docker containers. The arguments for “doing it yourself” (DIY) often play like a broken record: “If they <insert name of humongous tech giant here> […] Read More