CDP Private Cloud Data Services deployment considerations
You must understand the deployment requirements to sufficiently provision node counts, CPU, memory, and other hardware resources required to install CDP Private Cloud.
The CDP Private Cloud Data Services are installed on the OpenShift Cluster and run on the provisioned worker nodes. CDP Private Cloud Data Services deployment consists of a Private Cloud Management Console and one or more environments that are created for deploying the Data Services. The Management Console is a service used by CDP administrators to manage environments, users, and services.
The worker node hardware requirements are described below. The number of worker nodes needed depends on factors such as the number of virtual warehouses or machine learning workspaces required for your workloads. The recommendation here is a guideline for a basic CDP Private Cloud Data Services installation. For hardware sizing in production environments, contact Cloudera Support or your Cloudera Account Team.
|Memory||128 GB||384 GB|
|Storage||2 TB (SATA)||4 TB (SSD/NVMe)|
|Network Bandwidth||1 Gbps guaranteed bandwidth (minimum) dedicated to every CDP Private Cloud Base node||10 Gbps guaranteed bandwidth (minimum) dedicated to every CDP Private Cloud Base node|
To know about architecture, design choices, and deployment guidelines to use CDP Private Cloud Data Services with Dell EMC and Intel Infrastructure, and Cisco Intelligent Data Platform, see Dell EMC and Intel Infrastructure Guide for Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud and Cisco Data Intelligence Platform on Cisco UCS C240 M5 with Cloudera Data Platform Private Cloud Plus Design Guide.