August 30, 2023

Cloudera Operational Database (COD) 1.34 version supports different JDK versions during COD creation and deploying COD on GCS.

COD supports creating an operational database using JDK8 and JDK11

COD now added a new CLI option, –java-version which can be used to configure a major Java version on your COD cluster. The new CLI option can be used along with the create-database command to specify the Java version. The supported Java versions are JDK8 and JDK11. In case the parameter is not specified, JDK8 is used. Following is a sample command.

cdp opdb create-database --environment-name <environment_name> --database-name <database_name> --java-version <value>

cdp opdb create-database --environment-name cod7215 --database-name testenv --java-version 11

For more information, see CDP CLI beta.

COD is available as a Technical Preview feature on Google Cloud Storage (GCS)

COD on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) can now be deployed by using Google Cloud Storage (GCS) easily, similar to what is available for Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 storage and Microsoft Azure blob storage. The use of GCS for such a setup requires the COD_ON_GCS entitlement.

COD also now supports a large ephemeral block cache while deploying on GCP. The use of ephemeral storage along with any cloud storage still requires the OPDB_USE_EPHEMERAL_STORAGE entitlement.

COD has removed the COD_ON_GCP entitlement

COD_ON_GCP entitlement has been removed from COD because it is not needed anymore. From this version onwards, customers can create COD clusters on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) without it.