The Oracle Big Data Appliance includes the entire Cloudera Enterprise technology stack and provides 33 per cent more storage space, totaling up to 864 terabytes. It utilizes Cloudera Distribution for Apache Hadoop, Oracle NoSQL Database, Cloudera Impala, and Cloudera Search, and is optimized for batch and real-time processing.
Additionally, when paired with Oracle Exadata Database Machine and Oracle Exalytics, users will have the necessary architecture to store, manage, and analyze all structured and unstructured data, all while minimizing its movement.
“Oracle Big Data Appliance X4-2 continues to raise the Big Data bar, offering the industry’s only comprehensive appliance for Hadoop to securely meet enterprise Big Data challenges,” said Çetin Özbütün, SVP, Data Warehousing and Big Data Technologies, Oracle.
“Now that Oracle Big Data Appliance comes with the Entire Cloudera Enterprise Technology Stack and a significant increase in storage capacity, enterprises can build an even more cost-effective Big Data platform that can help generate new business value quickly and effectively.”
Oracle also announced that it is a co-founder of Apache Sentry, a project launched to ensure the security of data stored in Apache Hadoop. The company is now able to provide a complete Hadoop security solution, which includes Apache Sentry and LDAP-based authorization, pre-configured Kerberos authentication, and centralized auditing with Oracle Audit Vault and Database Firewall.
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