Cloudera goes after Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge Computing

Cloudera goes after Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge Computing

Cloudera announced its new edge data management software solutions geared towards the Internet of Things (IoT) and Edge computing.

New solutions include Cloudera Edge Management, an edge management solution for IoT and streaming data, and Cloudera Flow Management, a no-code, high-scale data ingestion, and management solution.

The unstructured data generated by IoT and Edge devices need to be ingested, analyzed and processed to derive insights to take action at the edge. The announcement noted that these new Cloudera solutions can help enterprise unlock business opportunities by manage IoT and edge data, anywhere, and derive actionable insights and take action at the source.

Executive Opinion

GM of Data in Motion business unit at Cloudera, Vikram Makhija, said, "At Cloudera, we are focused on delivering an enterprise data cloud for customers who must solve complex data management and analytic use cases that span from the edge to AI. These new solutions are designed to help enterprises take advantage of the opportunity the edge offers by harnessing large volumes of complex IoT data from thousands of sources to create clear and actionable insights that ultimately drive innovation."

Edge and Data Management Solutions

The announcement said that the new Cloudera Edge Management solution will manage, control and monitor agents to collect edge device data and push intelligence to the edge. This is achieved by a light-weight edge agent for data collection and processing at the edge along with a new agent management hub also called Edge Flow Manager with a code-free drag and drop development environment.

Cloudera Flow Management has an intuitive user interface, 300 processors and Apache NiFi registry. The announcement claims that allows petabytes of data movement quickly between the cloud and data centers or on-premises cloud. Sensitive data movement is handled in compliance with enterprise data policies.

Cloudera said that both new solutions will be generally available in April 2019.


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