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Difference between Apache and Cloudera Hadoop?

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Hi All,

What are the feature differences between Apache Hadoop and Cloudera Hadoop?

Jul 9 '15 #1
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I do not know, too. So I would google for it. Assuming you already have done that, then please be more specific: which differences between Apache Hadoop and Cloudera Hadoop did you not understand?

I mean, you are here in the Java forum, and Hadoop is not a programming language, but a framework.
So better ask a more specific question about it in an appropriate forum.
Jul 10 '15 #2

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Apache Hadoop is the Hadoop distribution from Apacge group while Cloudera Hadoop has its own supply of Hadoop which is designed on top of Apache Hadoop, so it does not have latest release of Hadoop.

Cloudera contains extra tools while Hadoop distribution like Cloudera Search, Impala, cloudera Navigator and Cloudera Manager are not involved in Cloudera Hadoop.

Apache Hadoop open source product so no support available . Cloudera , hartonworks mapr EMR, these are Hadoop distributions means they took open source product modified added extra flavor and sold. So those companies give support as well . So internally cloudera using Apache Hadoop only

Cloudera is an umbrella product which deal with big data systems. Having Apache Hadoop at core, Cloudera has created an architecture which has almost all components necessary to process bigdata.
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