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About Cloudera

Cloudera provides enterprise data management solutions that offer a unified platform for data, an enterprise data hub built on Apache Hadoop. It provides enterprises one place to store, process, and analyze all their data, empowering them to extend the value of existing investments while enabling fundamental new ways to derive value from their data.

Cloudera Headquarter Location

5470 Great America Pkwy

Santa Clara, California, 95054,

United States


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Cloudera Patents

Cloudera has filed 70 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Data management
  • Database management systems
  • Hadoop
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Database management systems, Data warehousing, Data management, Data modeling, Relational database management systems


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Latest Cloudera News

DBMS Market Transformation 2021: On-Premises DBMS Revenue Grows

Jun 16, 2022

06/16/2022 | 02:13pm EDT Message : *Required fields On-premises DBMS revenue is still growing for some vendors, and its growth is good by historical standards. But concerns loom… In 2021, on-premises DBMS revenue grew by $2.2B. Between 2011 and 2016, overall annual market growth was similar to that number. In percentage terms the market grew in mid-single digit percentages early in the decade, as it had for many years before. But between 2016 and 2017, the cloud engine kicked in, pushing overall growth into double digit percentages and starting the extraordinary rise of the past few years. On-premises revenue growth, then, continues along a stable trend, but it may be near a turning point as some vendors begin to decline there. Half of the 2021 growth was attributable to Microsoft. Another quarter was from Oracle, and the rest went to another two dozen vendors. Several grew their on-premises revenue more than $50M: Huawei, Teradata, Rocket, Intersystems and MongoDB. Most of these vendors are generating significant cloud growth now, especially Microsoft, and others are catching up at last. But some DBMS market leaders registered a drop in on-premises DBMS revenue: Cloudera, IBM, Broadcom, Software AG, Actian, HPE, MarkLogic and MicroFocus. And not one of them is among the top ten in Cloud DBMS revenue, which is a broader warning sign for all of them. If they don't get in gear in the cloud, the market will pass them by - if on-premises revenue is dropping and cloud revenue is not keeping up with the market, troubles lay ahead. Overall, the bulk of on-premises growth is relational. Microsoft and Oracle dominate the numbers, and Microsoft has no on-premises nonrelational offering. Among the pureplay nonrelational players the story is mixed: MongoDB and Datastax accounted for nearly $100M of the on-premises revenue growth, while Cloudera, HPE snd MarkLogic combined lost over $65M there. Gartner clients interested in pursuing this analysis can find the total revenue numbers in Market Share: All Software Markets, Worldwide, 2021 and the Cloud numbers in Market Share: Enterprise Public Cloud Services, Worldwide, 2021 . I subtracted the latter from the former to do the on-premises analysis. And for a thorough look at trends, my colleague Robin Schumacher's piece Market Share Analysis: Database Management Systems, Worldwide, 2021 is an excellent reference. Attachments

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  • When was Cloudera founded?

    Cloudera was founded in 2008.

  • Where is Cloudera's headquarters?

    Cloudera's headquarters is located at 5470 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara.

  • What is Cloudera's latest funding round?

    Cloudera's latest funding round is Take Private.

  • How much did Cloudera raise?

    Cloudera raised a total of $1.041B.

  • Who are the investors of Cloudera?

    Investors of Cloudera include KKR, Clayton Dubilier & Rice, Krupa Global Investments, Sharespost, Intel and 14 more.

  • Who are Cloudera's competitors?

    Competitors of Cloudera include DataStax, Databricks, Splunk, Treasure Data, Splice Machine and 16 more.

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