- 5.019 Aug 2023Senior Customer Operations EngineerCurrent Employee, more than 3 yearsBangalore Rural
Good food , bonus , stocks and Uber cabs.
None to be discussed and nothing as such.Cloudera Response2mo
Seeing such positive feedback truly validates that our leaders are making the right decisions. We like that you appreciate our efforts towards a healthy work life balance and work culture for our employees. We're always looking for ways to improve how we can help our employees grow. Thank you for your review!
- 5.07 Nov 2023Customer OperationsCurrent EmployeeIndianapolis, IN
Good Company Culture and People
Less pay post the mergerCloudera Response3w
We love that you appreciate our culture and people at Cloudera. We will definitely keep investing in both our employees and culture as we continue to grow. Thank you again for the thoughtful feedback.
- 2.017 Aug 2023Senior LeaderFormer Employee, more than 8 yearsPalo Alto, CA
Cloudera was a great firm under its founders, leaders, and team organization, and it was the optimal time to acquire Hortonworks, merge the two organizations, and stay ahead of the cloud disruption market by offering a true multi-cloud solution.
The Hortornworks staff have taken over, literally climbing over the Cloudera staff. Most Clouderans were hoodwinked into accepting other roles that were either demotions or roles that needed to be matched or where staff needed career aspirations or strong motivation. Luckily everyone was smart and secured second or even third sources of income while they pivoted away from the environment. Nobody wants to watch over their back every 2-3 months when we all came from a place where we had a minimum of 5, to 6, or 10 years of stability. Today they have lost significant market share, compared to Databricks. We used to call Databricks Snowbricks, but both Databricks and Snowflake eat the market alive. There are dozens upon dozens of major organizations that all use Databricks or Snowflake. Whenever I run into a Cloudera client, they are also customers of the other platforms, and/or migrating to them. Essentially CDP offers now what these two entities were already offering, and while that is not completely true, most of the necessity of the broader data ecosystem, data components, and services can be accounted for in a half dozen different ways in the cloud afforded by the flexibility that Cloud providers offer. The reality is that organizations do not need to put all of the eggs in one basket with Cloudera.6Cloudera Response4mo
Thanks for the feedback and for sharing your experience. At Cloudera, we want to empower all employees to provide honest feedback that will help us grow as a company. We're sorry to hear that your experience did not go as expected. However I can assure you that we are 100% committed to integrity, equality and inclusion across all lines of business at every level. We are continually working to improve the employee experience at Cloudera, and this includes ensuring our people are able to constantly develop, and are aware of the options available to them for advancing their career. Cloudera are also increasing manager training and employee communications so people at all levels have a better understanding of the organization and strategy. We are doing everything we can to push the needle and this year being named ‘Gartner's customer choice for Hybrid Data Platform’ shows that our efforts are paying off. However, saying that we need to continue to be focused on innovation and continuous improvement. Listening to our employees is just as important as listening to our customers and we will certainly take this feedback into consideration as we move forward.