City that never sleeps, meet the world’s first enterprise data cloud. 

Cloudera has a long and storied history with the O’Reilly Strata Conference, from its earliest days as the event for all things Hadoop to its evolution as the nexus for conversation around data management, ML, AI, and cloud. So it only seems fitting that Cloudera selected Strata Data New York to unveil the world’s first enterprise data cloud – Cloudera Data Platform.

As the presenting sponsor of Strata Data, we simply can’t get enough of the attendee conversations. From the vibrant expo hall to the cavernous Javits Center concourse and in private meeting areas, what we hear over and over is pretty consistent. 

Enterprises need more from their data management and analytics platforms than they’re getting today. They want a platform that’s optimized for hybrid cloud deployments, giving them maximum flexibility to choose where to store their data and how to manage their infrastructure.

They want to be able to run many different types of use cases using a variety of analytic workloads from ingest to machine learning all on a single platform and with one copy of their data. And of course, all the flexibility in the world matters not without granular security and governance controls that democratize data throughout the organization. 

Lastly, it wouldn’t be Strata if “open” weren’t also of critical importance. But it’s not just about open source. Companies want to avoid vendor lock-in, and maintain an open architecture that is interoperable with their ecosystem of data management and analytics vendors. We refer to this new type of architecture as an enterprise data cloud, and later this month at Strata Data New York, we will give attendees exactly what they’ve been asking for; the first enterprise data cloud. We call it Cloudera Data Platform (CDP).

CDP is unlike anything on the market today. It extends beyond the value proposition of an enterprise data cloud to deliver unique cloud-native, self-service experiences to business analysts and data scientists. At the same time, it provides consistent security, governance, and control that enterprise IT requires across any environment. 

For enterprise customers who are not ready to move all their workloads to the public cloud, CDP is optimized for hybrid environments. In short, CDP is the data management platform that can meet your needs today and well into your AI-powered future. 

Here’s where you can learn more about CDP at Strata:

Visit the Cloudera booth at the Expo Hall

All week long we’ll be running demos, delivering presentations, and hosting 1:1 meetings at the Cloudera booth. Feel free to visit any of our kiosks to see Cloudera Machine Learning, Data Warehouse, Data Hub, SDX, and DataFlow in action. 

Tuesday, Sep. 24

Running multidisciplinary big data workloads in the cloud, 9:00am-12:30pm ET

Check out this tutorial to get hands-on with CDP Public Cloud services. Register soon because space is limited.

Wednesday, Sep. 25

IBM Keynote- IBM Cloud exec Hillery Hunter will talk about the business value of a hybrid and multi-cloud approach to analytics and machine learning. 

Thursday, Sep 26

Cloudera Keynote- Cloudera’s chief product officer, Arun Murthy, will provide an overview of CDP and deliver a brief demo. To see more, head on over to the Cloudera booth.

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Cloud – Architecting for the Cloud through Customer Stories, 1:15-1:55pm ET

Learn from companies who’ve been successful architecting hybrid and multi-cloud architectures. What drove their decisions, and what challenges did they encounter and overcome?

This is just a small sample of what’s going on in New York the week of September 23rd. For a complete agenda, visit the Strata Data conference web site. 

If you’re attending Strata, we encourage you to visit with us and learn more about CDP. And for those of you who can’t make it to Manhattan or are reading this while stuck in Midtown traffic, fear not. We have an ongoing series of CDP webinars and demos to help you pass the time. 

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