Cloudera, the US-based software company, has announced its partnership with NVIDIA to announce its Cloudera Data Platform (CDP). The platform will integrate the RAPIDS Accelerator for Apache Spark 3.0. deployed on NVIDIA computing platforms. It will also enable the enterprises to accelerate data pipelines and push the performance boundaries of data, machine learning, and AI adoption.
The enterprise data engineers can utilize data sets such as transforming supply chain models, responding to increased levels of fraud, or developing new product lines. Cloudera and NVIDIA’s integration will allow enterprises to quickly respond to emerging and ongoing business challenges and deliver insightful analytics.
“At a time when speed is everything, businesses are relying on the power of data more than they ever have. Our collaboration with NVIDIA will give customers the rocket fuel they need to better understand their data and realize the true transformational potential of AI,” said Arun Murthy, Chief Product Officer, Cloudera.
The platform’s open-source GPU- accelerated data science pipeline will allow the companies to process massive data sets. The GPU-accelerated Apache Spark 3 runs seamlessly on Cloudera Data Platform, allowing organizations to support HPC, AI, and data science needs – from research to production – with a secure, scalable, and open platform for machine learning. “Apache Spark is a cornerstone of the machine learning and data analytics pipelines enterprises rely on to remain competitive,” said Scott McClellan, Senior Director, Data Science Product Group at NVIDIA.