Deploying Cloudera Enterprise On Azure

Kevin Feasel

2018-11-19

Hadoop

Xavier Morera announces a new Cloudera course:

You will start by learning the Microsoft Azure services required to deploy a secure, elastic, Cloudera Enterprise cluster. These core services include security, networking, virtual machine management, and storage, just to name a few.

Then, you’ll learn best practices and patterns for cloud-based clusters, including tips and caveats for security and workload management.

Next, you’ll learn how to bootstrap a cluster using Cloudera Manager, which allows you to deploy a cluster on premises or in the cloud. The module covers how to deploy both development (Path A) and production-grade (Path B) clusters.

This is a free course, so if you’re looking for a way to fill your Thanksgiving weekend, this is definitely an option.

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