Cluster Analyzer

Cluster Analyzer

Pepperdata® Cluster Analyzer enables flexible and real-time troubleshooting, customizable real-time alerting, and chargeback tracking and allocation. Certified on all Big Data distributions, Cluster Analyzer helps the technical team quickly pinpoint, diagnose, and fix problems so they can stay focused on core initiatives. When the Capacity Optimizer add-on module is enabled, enterprises typically achieve a 30-50% increase in throughput performance.

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Cluster Analyzer provides performance feedback to the Deploy and Operate phases of the DevOps cycle.

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Benefits for Ops

  • Visualize resource usage by host, user, application, job, and tasks for quick troubleshooting

  • Correlate cluster-wide events to users, applications, and jobs

  • Identify rogue users and applications

  • Proactively alert on outlier behavior

Benefits for Managers

  • Report on capacity trends
  • Get accurate chargeback reporting
  • Increase productivity

Benefits for Devs

  • Understand how jobs use resources
  • Understand why jobs are running slowly
  • Understand performance of different job phases
  • Compare job runs over time

Cluster Analyzer displays real-time and historical hardware usage charts and reports, with drill-down capability, via a cloud-hosted dashboard.

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Cluster Analyzer for Amazon EMR

Pepperdata® for Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR) monitors the cluster and provides DevOps with important, actionable performance feedback to quickly pinpoint, diagnose, and fix problems in the cluster.

Cluster Analyzer enables customizable real-time alerting, and chargeback tracking and allocation. Cluster Analyzer also provides one-click access to historical runs, allowing for  job run comparisons. Installing and running Cluster Analyzer for Amazon EMR requires a simple one-line configuration change.

Certified on All Big Data Distributions

Cluster Analyzer is certified on all Big Data distributions including Apache, Cloudera, Hortonworks, MapR, and IBM, with support for both MapReduce and Spark. Pepperdata supports clusters running on-premise and in the cloud.