Apache Phoenix on Cloudera

Kevin Feasel



Krishna Maheshwari announces that Cloudera will officially support Apache Phoenix on its CDH and its upcoming Cloudera Data Platform:

Cloudera’s CDH releases have included Apache HBase which provides a resilient, NoSQL DBMS for customers operational applications that want to leverage the power of big-data.  These applications have grown into mission important and mission critical applications that drive top-line revenue and bottom-line profitability.  These applications include customer facing applications, ecommerce platforms, risk & fraud detection used behind the scenes at banks or serving AI/ML models for applications and enabling further reinforcement training of the same based on actual outcomes.

However, for many customers, HBase has been too daunting a journey 

Phoenix is one of my favorite examples of Feasel’s Law in action.

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