Topic: apache software foundation

SD Times news digest: Cloudera to be acquired for $5.3 billion, Kofax’s new low-code capabilities, and new .NET Foundation open-source projects

Cloudera has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (“CD&R”) and KKR for $5.3 billion in cash, which will result in Cloudera becoming a private company.  “This transaction provides substantial and certain value to our shareholders while also accelerating Cloudera’s long-term path to hybrid cloud leadership for analytics that … continue reading

Apache Software Foundation takes an in-depth look at its state of security in 2020

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has released a new report examining key metrics, specific vulnerabilities and top security issues across its projects last year. The new report also notes all of the major security events that posed risks to its projects.  According to the report, the first serious security event last year was an issue … continue reading

Apache TVM reaches ASF top-level status

The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has announced Apache TVM is now a Top-Level Project. Apache TVM is an end-to-end open deep learning compiler stack for CPUs, GPUs and specialized accelerators. Reaching top-level status means the project has graduated from Apache’s incubation program and meets specific ASF requirements.  Apache TVM started as a research project at … continue reading

Apache Software Foundation announces GitHub integration

Today, the largest open source foundation, with over 350 open-source projects and 200 million lines of code, has joined forces with GitHub. The Apache Software Foundation (ASF) has been talking about integrating with GitHub since 2016, and now it has successfully completed the migration of its Git service to GitHub. “We’re proud to have such … continue reading

Apache ServiceComb is now an ASF Top-Level Project

The Apache Software Foundation has announced that Apache ServiceComb is graduating from the Apache Incubator and is headed for Top-Level status. Apache ServiceComb is an open-source microservices software framework for building and managing microservices. “We are very proud that ServiceComb has arrived at this important milestone,” said Willem Jiang, vice president of Apache ServiceComb. “ServiceComb … continue reading

Apache Pulsar becomes Top-Level project

The open-source distributed pub-sub messaging system Apache Pulsar is graduating from the Apache Incubator and becoming a Top-Level project. Top-level status at the Apache Software Foundation signifies a milestone in the project’s development, progress and future. “The fact that Apache Pulsar has gone from incubator project to top-level in two short years is a testament … 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

How the Apache License allows open source to thrive

Open source is celebrating its 20th anniversary, and so is the Apache License. The Apache License is a permissive free software license that is currently in its third iteration. The license allows customers to use intellectual property for any purpose, such as modifying or distributing it. According to Roman Shaposhnik, member of the Apache Software … continue reading

Apache Ignite 2.5 reaches 1000s nodes scalability goal

Apache Ignite has reached a new milestone with the release of 2.5. The Apache Software Foundation has announced Apache Ignite 2.5 is now able to be scaled to 1000s nodes clusters as well as it scales to 100s nodes clusters. Apache Ignite is a “memory-centric distributed database, caching and processing platform for transactional, analytical and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sencha Test 2.2, TypeScript 2.9 and the ASF’s added Oath support

Sencha announced the latest version of its cross-platform testing tool, Sencha Test 2.2. Sencha Test features more than 200 enhancements and bug fixes, making it easier to create tests, manage defects and store results, according to the company. Sencha Test 2.2 is designed to expand beyond Ext JS apps with new testing solutions for React … continue reading

Apache Wicket 8.0.0 released

The Apache Software Foundation has announced the general availability of Apache Wicket 8.0. Apache Wicket is a open-source Java web framework designed to build complex web apps that leverage the benefits of object oriented programming. The Wicket team set out on a mission with version 8 to help developers write less, but achieve more. With … 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

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