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8 days ago

Account Manager-Strategic

Cloudera Boston, MA

Cloudera Strategic Account Managers are typically past top performers from established enterprise and white-hot start-up sales organizations who have… Cloudera

30+ days ago

Sales Engineer

Cloudera Boston, MA

• Working with customers, partners, and prospects to understand and propose solutions using Cloudera technologies • Manage technical sales… Cloudera

30+ days ago

Sales Engineering Manager

Cloudera Boston, MA

• Proactively attract, develop, and motivate a team of high-performing Sales Engineers, continually seeking innovative solutions for improving team… Cloudera

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Cloudera Chief Executive Officer Tom Reilly
Tom Reilly
61 Ratings
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    Loosing some sheen last couple of years

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in San Francisco, CA
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    I have been working at Cloudera full-time


    * Smart Team of Engineers * Interesting Problems * 'Big Data' interest/demand seems to be on the rise in the industry * Great office perks * Wednesday no-meeting / WFH day


    * Lots of good people leaving - right after they hit the 4 yr mark * Setting sights to compete with Teradata etc.. means reduced focus on other things that Hadoop has tonnes of potential for. * Skewed investments favoring certain teams while some teams are left without adequate resources. * Marketing talks about being a Hadoop company, but focus lately on customer lock-in with proprietary Management Layer and pushing Impala (Which is not really a bad thing maybe, since its a differentiator) and new Tech which does nothing to extend the Hadoop ecosystem anyway. * Don't really have adequately differentiating / better technology (which cannot be replicated by competitors easily) to warrant NOT going IPO for this long. * Hortonworks grabbing more developer mind share, and MapR has a substitute for HDFS which justifies its proprietary license by simply being more reliable and faster. * Engineering Cycles wasted on irrelevant initiatives that don't really push the product forward.

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