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* Michael Bacon (task force leader, had good relations with most of the task force members instead of Mier. Lacked the qualities of a good leader). * Vicki Reiss (Representative of the corporate planning, enjoyed good relations with Bacon. Was well known for her analytical ability, quickness and perceptiveness). * Robert Holt (Rep of Corporate Planning, known for competence, knowledge and thoughtfulness). * Peter Ratliff (Rep of marketing division). * Charles Paulson (Rep of marketing division). * David Kolinsky (rep of marketing). * Ask Bigger Questions * Cloudera develops open-source software for a world dependent on Big Data. With Cloudera, businesses and other organizations can now interact with the world's largest data sets at the speed of thought — and ask bigger questions in the pursuit of discovering something incredible.

Cloudera Enterprise Core provides a single Hadoop storage and management platform that natively combines storage, processing and exploration. Equally important, it takes Hadoop beyond batch processing by providing the foundation for real-time operation with upgrades to support and manage Apache HBase (Cloudera Enterprise RTD) and open-source Impala technology (Cloudera Enterprise RTQ), so your team can work at the speed of thought.
Cloudera Enterprise Core is the most comprehensive solution for Hadoop in the enterprise and includes everything you need to operate Hadoop effectively — and get on the fastest path to repeatable success.

Cloudera Enterprise Core
Cloudera Enterprise Core is the leading solution for Apache Hadoop in the enterprise. It includes not only CDH, our 100% open source, enterprise-ready distribution of Hadoop and related projects, but also a subscription to Cloudera Manager, and technical support for the core components of CDH (all components except HBase and Cloudera Impala). Using…...

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