Topic: apache incubator

Apache Kibble is now a Top-Level Project

The Apache Software Foundation has announced that Apache Kibble is now a Top-Level Project. Apache Kibble is a reporting platform that collects, aggregates, analyzes, and visualizes activity in software projects and communities. It provides users with a detailed view of a project’s code, discussions, issues, and individuals. “We are passionate about solving hard problems, particularly … 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 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

Proposal has NetBeans moving to Apache Incubator

This story has been updated to clarify the details of Geertjan Wielenga’s proposal. Geertjan Wielenga, working on behalf of Oracle, submitted a proposal to bring NetBeans to the Apache Software Foundation. Wielenga has been the project manager of NetBeans for many years, and his proposal seeks to bring NetBeans to a neutral third party so … continue reading

The Tale of Ted Dunning: The Apache Incubator’s ever-curious Big Data scientist

Ted Dunning, the newly appointed vice president of the Apache Incubator, is a Big Data scientist in a world of coders. Currently the chief application architect at Hadoop distribution company MapR, the longtime Apache Software Foundation contributor and project mentor took over as the ASF’s vice president of incubation in April. Tasked with keeping Apache … continue reading

Dev Bootcamp’s tech diversity initiative, Groovy joins Apache, and Microsoft teams up with edX—SD Times news digest: March 12, 2015

To celebrate its three-year anniversary, Dev Bootcamp is announcing a new initiative to bring more diversity into the technology industry. “We are proud of the progress we’ve made in opening doors and providing much-needed skills training for those who previously knew nothing about coding,” said Anne Spalding, director of Dev Bootcamp’s San Francisco office. “We … continue reading

ASF’s newest Top-Level Projects: Apache BookKeeper and Apache Samza

Two more projects are graduating from the Apache Software Foundation’s (ASF) incubator this week. The organization has announced that both Apache BookKeeper and Apache Samza have become Top-Level Projects (TLPs). Apache Samza is an open-source Big Data distributed streaming processing framework designed to handle stateful processing, message durability, fault tolerance and scalability. Samza was originally … continue reading

Hadoop 2.0 comes, bringing YARN

New version of Big Data analysis platform includes highly available file system and unshackles platform from Map/Reduce … continue reading

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