Topic: apache arrow

Apache Arrow 1.0.0 now available

The Apache Arrow team has announced the release of Apache Arrow 1.0.0. Apache Arrow is a development platform for in-memory analytics.  Version 1.0.0 is the 18th release of the platform. It features 810 resolved issues from 100 contributors.  According to the team, this release marks a transition to binary stability of the columnar format and … continue reading

SD Times Open-Source Project of the Week: Gandiva

Data-as-a-Service platform provider Dremio announced a new open-source initiative for Apache Arrow this week. The Gandiva Initiative for Apache Arrow aims to speed up and improve the performance of in-memory analytics using Apache Arrow. The project will leverage the open-source compiler LLVM, and apply any changes to programming languages and libraries starting with C++ and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Things 1.0, Flutter 3 Beta, and Ursa Labs

Google has announced Android Things is leaving developer preview. Android Things 1.0 with long-term support for production devices. The company is also adding support for System-on-Modules and releasing development hardware and reference designs for them in the coming months. “Android Things is Google’s managed OS that enables you to build and maintain Internet of Things … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Netflix bug bounty program, InfluxData’s Apache Arrow support, and GitHub’s security alerts

Netflix is launching a public bug bounty program in order to improve the security of their solutions as well as strengthen their relationship with the security community. The program will be available through Bugcrowd. “Netflix’s goal is to deliver joy to our 117+ million members around the world, and it’s the security team’s job to … continue reading

Guest View: The first release of Apache Arrow

Work on Apache Arrow has been progressing rapidly since its inception earlier this year, and now Arrow is the open-source standard for columnar in-memory execution, enabling fast vectorized data processing and interoperability across the Big Data ecosystem. Background Apache Parquet is now the de facto standard for columnar storage on disk, and building on that … continue reading

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