Is Cloudera a sinking ship?

New okjydAh
Jun 11 19 Comments

The stock is going down. What is going on inside Cloudera? Is their business eating away by competitors?

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TOP 19 Comments
  • Booking.com
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    Seems like they are Titanic
    Jun 11 0
  • New WndO04
    Let’s hear what insiders have to say.
    Jun 11 1
    • New okjydAh
      OP
      Yes, that would be nice
      Jun 11
  • Microsoft cheinebs
    Stock has been consistently going down since its IPO. It has been a sinking ship and now it is about to break.
    Jun 11 1
  • Cloudera cbutta
    Nope :)
    Jun 25 0
  • Capital One / Other Dude45
    Cloudera be dead
    Jul 30 4
    • Cerner @BigData
      What happens to companies who have 1000+ node on-Prem cluster.

      I think they will continue to stay a float, but not strike big gains, until they change their product/services line up.
      Jul 31
    • Capital One / Other Dude45
      Those customers are migrating to the cloud and use tools like Databricks, snowflake, etc. A 1000 node Hadoop cluster is actually really small for tools like Databricks and Snowflake. It’s what we use at cap1. We migrated off our Cloudera cluster because it couldn’t handle our workload.
      Jul 31
    • Cerner @BigData
      How is Data Engineering at C1? You guys have openings?
      Jul 31
    • Capital One / Other Dude45
      I don’t work directly for capital one, but they are always hiring.
      Jul 31
  • Microsoft Jean Grey
    Sunk .... not sinking.
    Aug 1 0
  • Hulu / Product thanos4u
    Hadoop on prem installations are mostly a thing of the past. Cloudera is milking everything it can out of existing customers to pad their balance sheet.
    Jun 11 2
    • Addepar nAeb35
      Why of the past?
      Jun 12
    • Hulu / Product thanos4u
      Meaning new tech companies are choosing Hadoop when building out their data infra / data lake as readily as maybe 5-10 years ago, and are much more likely to select a cloud-based datastore vs on-prem
      Jun 14
  • Microsoft Jean Grey
    Doubt if anyone will buy Cloudera.
    Aug 1 0
  • Cloudera / Cust. Srv. southie
    We're gonna get soooo acquired
    Aug 1 0
  • Run
    Jun 11 0