Topic: apache hadoop

SD Times news digest: Travis CI acquired, Apache Hadoop 3.2, and Kotlin 1.3.2

Travis CI has been acquired by software productivity tools provider Idera. According to Travis CI, it will continue to offer its services to hosted and on-prem users, with the acquisition enabling it to invest in product improvements. It will also continue to be open-source and will keep building features for members of the open-source community. … continue reading

Apache HAWQ becomes top-level project

The Apache HAWQ project is graduating from incubation to become a top-level project within the Apache Software Foundation this week. Apache HAWQ is a enterprise SQL-on-Hadoop query engine and analytics database that first entered the foundation’s incubation phase in September of 2015. “We are very excited to see Apache HAWQ graduate as a Top-Level Project … continue reading

Apache Trafodion becomes Top-Level Project

The Apache Software Foundation announced today that Apache Trafodion has graduated from the Apache Incubator and is now a Top-Level Project. This shows that the project’s community and products were well-governed under the Apache Software Foundation’s process. Apache Trafodion is an open source project that provides OLTP/OLAP for Apache Hadoop. Features of the project include … continue reading

Apache Hadoop reaches 3.0

The Apache Software Foundation has announced version three of the open source software framework for distributed computing. Apache Hadoop 3.0 is the first major release since Hadoop 2 was released in 2013. “Hadoop 3 is a major milestone for the project, and our biggest release ever,” said Andrew Wang, Apache Hadoop 3 release manager. “It … continue reading

Apache Impala becomes Top-Level Project

The open-source, native analytic database for Apache Hadoop is graduating from the Apache Software Foundation’s Incubator today to a Top-Level Project (TLP). This is an important milestone in the project’s development. “In 2011, we started development of Impala in order to make state-of-the-art SQL analytics available to the user community as open-source technology,” said Marcel … continue reading

Apache Ranger graduates to being a top-level project

The Apache Software Foundation welcomed another project to the top level this week. Apache Ranger, a Big Data security-management framework for the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, has graduated from the Apache Incubator. Apache Ranger is used by companies like ING, Protegrity and Sprint, along with a few other organizations. It offers comprehensive security coverage and native … continue reading

Apache Falcon graduates to Top-Level Project, Canonical announces Ubuntu Core for IoT, Facebook open-sources AI tools for Torch—SD Times news digest: Jan. 20, 2015

The Apache Software Foundation has announced that Apache Falcon has graduated from the Apache Incubator to a Top-Level Project. Falcon is a data processing and management solution for Apache Hadoop with a focus on data motion, data discovery, coordination of data pipelines, and life-cycle management. “Apache Falcon solves a very important and critical problem in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 3, 2014—MIT’s Laboratory of Social Machines, and Microsoft’s Elastic Scale preview

Twitter invests in MIT laboratory Twitter is giving the MIT Media Lab US$10 million to create the Laboratory for Social Machines (LSM). The laboratory is a part of a five-year initiative to develop new technologies based on semantic and social patterns across mass media, social media, data streams and digital content. The LSM will explore … continue reading

SD Times news digest: July 24, 2014—IBM Watson to help military community, Hortonworks and HP’s Big Data partnership

IBM’s Watson to help military community IBM and USAA, a financial services provider for the military community, have announced that the cognitive capabilities of IBM’s Watson supercomputer will now be available to military men and women as they transition to civilian life. USAA will be offering members IBM’s Watson Engagement Advisor in a pilot that … continue reading

Doug Cutting: Why Hadoop is still No. 1

How Hadoop become the de facto standard, and what it plans on doing next … continue reading

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