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    37signals
    Industry: Technology

    "...over 40 enterprise customers and open source users are using Impala today, including 37signals, Expedia, Six3 Systems, Stripe, and Trion Worlds."

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    Adconion
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    "Every month, we see over 22 billion records of raw ad event data, and the beauty of using MicroStrategy on top of our Cloudera solution is being able to transform that raw data into insights for our customers."

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    AdGooroo
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    AdGooroo is a leading provider of advertising intelligence to internet marketers. Its proprietary technology tracks advertising activity in any given industry, empowering sophisticated agencies and advertisers with information on competitors’ search advertising, display advertising, and link building strategies.

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    Aggregate Knowledge
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    To accommodate a large customer workload, Aggregate Knowledge spun up a CDH cluster with Amazon’s EC2. They benefited from the sophistication of CDH and the elasticity of EC2.

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    Allstate
    Industry: Financial Services

    Allstate is leveraging Hadoop to complement, not replace, existing systems. They've been able to expedite analytical reports by 500x using Hadoop and Hive.

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    Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
    Industry: Technology

    AMD's decision to move from a traditional relational database to a system that incorporates CDH4 on servers powered by AMD Opteron processors resulted in orders of magnitude performance improvement, storing more data, with less support, and delivering significant cost savings for the company. Query times were reduced by 75% to 98% from the previous system.

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    AOL Advertising
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    AOL Advertising is working with Cloudera to leverage their Hadoop expertise in all key areas -- training, consulting and support -- as part of its efforts to understand and leverage large data volumes aggregated from diverse sources for reporting, performance optimization and targeting. The combination of Cloudera’s expertise and Cloudera Enterprise has assisted AOL in improving Hadoop management and monitoring.

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    Apollo Group
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Other

    "Cloudera’s Distribution for Hadoop provides Apollo Group with the key functionality we need to take full advantage of Hadoop for analyzing our academic data. With Cloudera’s distribution we can get to critical insights faster."

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    AutoScout24
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    Cloudera is the enterprise data hub empowering the European web giant's data collection, processing, storage, and analytics. AutoScout24 engaged Cloudera Professional Services for a Hadoop Cluster Certification, which drove 10X performance increase using Apache Hive and enabled users to analyze months of data in a single query, whereas they were limited to days before.

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    Blackberry
    Industry: Telecommunications

    Watch this webinar featuring 451 Analyst Matt Aslett, Cloudera CEO Mike Olson and Cloudera customers Blackberry (formerly RIM) and YP (formerly AT&T Interactive) to learn: why Cloudera customers have chosen CDH to get started with Hadoop; the business value resulting from analyzing new data sources in new ways; and how Hadoop will change these customers’ business and industry over the next 3-5 years.

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    Box
    Industry: Technology

    "At Box, our vision is to make content management and collaboration both incredibly easy and incredibly secure, meaning we demand the highest levels of performance, security and auditing capabilities from our data management platforms," said Stefan Apitz, vice president of operations at Box. "We selected Cloudera because of its short deployment time and breadth of mission-critical features, which satisfy the strict security and reliability requirements of our business."

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    BT
    Industry: Telecommunications

    BT is one of the world's leading communications services companies, serving the needs of customers in the UK and in more than 170 countries worldwide. BT's main activities are the provision of fixed-line services, broadband, mobile and TV products and services as well as networked IT services. In the UK BT is a leading communications services provider, selling products and services to consumers, small and medium sized enterprises and the public sector. BT is using Hadoop as a foundational element of its data architecture and as an enabler for reducing costs and delivering new business insights that will improve customer experience and deliver new growth.

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    CBS Interactive
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    Hadoop has become the standard for Big Data processing in many organizations, but managing and monitoring Hadoop effectively requires new tools and skill sets. This is why CBS Interactive uses Cloudera Manager, the only complete management solution for enterprise-grade Hadoop deployments.

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    Chevron
    Industry: Energy & Utilities

    "We collect large amounts of seismic data into this weird five dimensional type data set, and the first thing we do is we sort it -- which is a great Hadoop use case -- and then there are 26 other steps we do just to get a picture of one area of the earth where we want to look for resources."

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    Comcast
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    The Cloudera Sessions' roadshow helps companies navigate the big data journey. Customer speakers include Comcast, eBay, Intelligent Software Solutions, LiveRamp and Nielsen.

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    Concur
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Other

    "At Concur, we provide business travel and spend management solutions that do a lot of the work for our users so they can focus on what matters most. This requires large amounts of company and external data to be stored, leaving no room for complexity or wait-time. As our users are usually on a schedule, they expect real-time results that bring productivity and simplicity for a consistent travel and spend management experience. Cloudera’s enterprise data hub has allowed us to offer instantaneous insights and improve our engagement with our users and partners.”

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    Concurrent Computers
    Industry: Technology

    Duluth, Ga.-based Concurrent sells video-streaming systems. It also stores and analyzes huge quantities of video data for its customers. "Certainly we could take the open-source version without the Cloudera support, but we found a vendor partner that allows us to expand our solution and leverage their expertise, and really understand how the system works, not just hack it together because it's open source."

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    California State University, Los Angeles

    "The Cloudera materials are an advantage for the students because they don't just teach theory. That [hands-on] experience is valuable. It's what hiring managers are looking for."

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    DataSift
    Industry: Technology

    As a Social Data Platform, DataSift helps companies analyze and mine business insights from social media data -- from public Tweets to Facebook posts, content on blogs, forums and message boards. “Cloudera Enterprise gives our operations team the confidence that we are ahead of the curve in terms of keeping our cluster running with peak performance. We have all the insights if anything acts as a bottleneck. Cloudera gives all the metrics that a standard Hadoop install would not give you.”

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    Dell SecureWorks
    Industry: Technology

    SecureWorks' counter-threat unit protects customers around the clock. When they needed to cost-effectively scale their data collection, providing real-time access to data to analyze and respond to potential security threats, they deployed the Dell | Cloudera Solution. As a result, they reduced their cost per gigabyte from $17 to about 21 cents, achieving rapid ROI.

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    Demand Media, Inc.

    Demand Media, Inc. is a leading digital media company that informs and entertains one of the internet’s largest audiences, helps advertisers find innovative ways to engage with their customers and enables publishers to expand their online presence. Demand Media uses Cloudera Enterprise Core.

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    Digital advertising company
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    The company collects data and feedback from all digital events pertaining to online advertising campaigns and streams it into a Hadoop-based learning system that was built from scratch to processes real-time data extract, transform, and load (ETL), sort data by user, and build media buying algorithms.

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    DISA
    Industry: Government

    The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) provides, operates, and assures command and control, information sharing capabilities, and a globally accessible enterprise information infrastructure in direct support to joint warfighters, National level leaders, and other mission and coalition partners across the full spectrum of operations. Big Data capabilities are becoming essential to modern warfare, and DISA needs to be able to provide Big Data capabilities to its mission partners.

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    eBay
    Industry: Media & Entertainment , Retail, eCommerce & Consumer Products

    eBay marketplace has been working hard on the next generation search infrastructure and software system, code-named Cassini. The new search engine processes over 250 million search queries and serves more than 2 billion page views each day. Its indexing platform is based on Apache Hadoop and Apache HBase.

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    Epsilon
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    We were drawn to partnering with Cloudera because they share our focus on innovation and they offer scaling capabilities while maintaining reliability.

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    ExactTarget
    Industry: Media & Entertainment

    "In order to connect with today's hyper-connected consumer, marketers rely on real-time information and insights to deliver timely, relevant interactions. Cloudera Enterprise provides us with the tools and support we need to power real-time analytics to engage with connected consumers across the channels they use most."

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    Experian
    Industry: Financial Services , Media & Entertainment

    With 15,000+ employees and annual revenues exceeding $4 billion (USD), Experian is a global leader in credit reporting and marketing services. A few months of exploring Hadoop translated into a production version of Experian’s Cross-Channel Identity Resolution (CCIR) engine: a linkage engine that is used to keep a persistent repository of client touch points. Hadoop is delivering operational efficiency to Experian by accelerating processing performance by 50x. And the cost of their new infrastructure is only a fraction of the legacy environment. “Cloudera Enterprise gives us an easy way to manage multiple clusters, and because the use cases for clients vary so much, we have to do a lot of tweaking on the platform to get the performance we need.

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    Explorys Medical
    Industry: Healthcare & Life Sciences , Technology

    “We didn’t invent clinical quality measures, but the ability to generate those measures on a rapid basis, support hundreds of them, implement complex attribution logic and manifest that with a slick user interface on top – that’s revolutionary. Cloudera provides the technology that allows us to address traditional challenges in medicine and in operational reporting with a radical new approach.”

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    FICO
    Industry: Financial Services

    FICO Selects Cloudera Platform to Provide Big Data Backbone for FICO Analytic Cloud

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    Global payments processor
    Industry: Financial Services

    The global information security group within this payment processor spun up a Hadoop cluster on Cloudera Enterprise to support exploratory analytics that couldn’t run on the EDW.