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Data Crunching Startup Cloudera Sets IPO Price

Cloudera has priced its shares for its upcoming debut on Wall Street.

The data analytics startup said in a regulatory filing on Monday that it expects to issue 15 million shares at a price range between $12 to $14, raising roughly $195 million in the process. 252 more words


Cloudera expects market cap to be less than half private valuation

Cloudera, the enterprise big data company that’s received significant backing from Intel, has released the expected price range for its IPO. The company says it plans to price its shares between $12 and $14.  351 more words


Single node hadoop cluster using Cloudera Manager

  1. Launch an EC2 instance with minimum of 8/16GB RAM. (m4.large/m4.xlarge)
  2. Add the yum repository inside /etc/yum.repos.d/cloudera.repo like below:
    • Choose appropriate CDH version as per your requirement from 
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Who's Buying? Cloudera Is The Must-Follow IPO Nightmare That We Can't Take Our Eyes Off [Analysis]

The tech world has recently come to a stir over Cloudera’s huge S-1 filing, indicating their intention to IPO in the coming months.

A lot has been written about this in different circles but I’d like to take a step back and just think about what this means — selling Hadoop + security and automation hasn’t yet proven to be a break-even-able model yet for the firms in the business, but the two major players will… 522 more words

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Cloudera's IPO will test unicorn valuations

Cloudera filed to go public mid-day last Friday, releasing a set of financial numbers that were the locus of anticipation: How would the company’s recent performance stack up to its $4.1 billion valuation set three years ago? 1,108 more words


Cloudera posts long-awaited IPO filing

Cloudera, the enterprise large-scale datacompany thats received significant backing from Intel, has unveiled its much-anticipated IPO filing.

In the S-1, we get a glance at their fiscals. 455 more words


Cloudera finally ready for the public stage

When I first met Cloudera CEO Tom Reilly in 2015 at the Intel Capital Summit, we were about to go onstage for a fireside chat to discuss, among other things, Intel’s massive investment in his company. 729 more words