CDP Public Cloud
Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) is a hybrid data platform designed for unmatched freedom to choose—any cloud, any analytics, any data. CDP consists of CDP Public Cloud and CDP Private Cloud.
What is CDP
CDP delivers faster and easier data management and data analytics for data anywhere, with optimal performance, scalability, and security. With CDP you get the value of CDP Private Cloud and CDP Public Cloud for faster time to value and increased IT control.
Cloudera Data Platform provides the freedom to securely move applications, data, and users bi-directionally between the data center and multiple public clouds, regardless of where your data lives. All thanks to modern data architectures:
A unified data fabric centrally orchestrates disparate data sources intelligently and securely across multiple clouds and on premises.
An open data lakehouse enables multi-function analytics on both streaming and stored data in a cloud-native object store across hybrid multi-cloud.
A scalable data mesh helps eliminate data silos by distributing ownership to cross-functional teams while maintaining a common data infrastructure.
With Cloudera Shared Data Experience (Cloudera SDX), CDP offers enterprise-grade security and governance. Cloudera SDX combines enterprise-grade centralized security, governance, and management capabilities with shared metadata and a data catalog, eliminating costly data silos, preventing lock-in to proprietary formats, and eradicating resource contention. Now all users and administrators can enjoy the advantages of a shared data experience.
CDP Public Cloud
Create and manage secure data lakes, self-service analytics, and machine learning services without installing and managing the data platform software. CDP Public Cloud services are managed by Cloudera, but unlike other public cloud services, your data will always remain under your control in your workloads and your data will always remain under your control in your cloud account. CDP runs on AWS, Azure and Google Cloud.
CDP Public Cloud lets you:
Control cloud costs by automatically spinning up workloads when needed, scaling them as the load changes over time and suspending their operation when complete.
Isolate and control workloads based on user type, workload type, and workload priority.
Combat proliferating silos and centrally control customer and operational data across multi-cloud and hybrid environments.