Pepperdata validated and certified to work with Cloudera Data Platform.

Cision PR Newswire | August 19, 2020

Pepperdata validated and certified to work with Cloudera Data Platform.
Pepperdata, the leader in Big Data Performance, today announced that it has been certified on the Cloudera Data Platform (CDP). Pepperdata Enterprise Suite is now a Cloudera Certified Technology and has been tested, validated and certified to work with Cloudera Data Platform. Our customers are migrating to CDP to unify their data platforms. This gives them the flexibility they need to manage very complex workloads across all their platforms, both on premises and in the cloud," says Ash Munshi, CEO, Pepperdata. "Pepperdata gives them observability and automated tuning across their big data stack so they can run more applications, track spend and manage costs. The Pepperdata solution provides real-time visibility for troubleshooting, debugging and planning and continuously tunes applications and infrastructure for optimal performance across the big data stack.

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