Topic: apache

SD Times news digest: Apache Spark 3.0 released, OpenAPI 3.1.0 RC0, Pinpoint Agile ceremonies

The new release includes an accelerator-aware scheduler, adaptive query execution, dynamic partition pruning, as well as performance and SQL compatibility enhancements. Spark SQL is the top active component in this release with 46% of the resolved tickets are for Spark SQL. This year is also the 10-year anniversary of the Spark project. In the TPC-DS … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache NetBeans 12.0, Google Play Asset Delivery, and Crystal 0.35

The latest release of the integrated development environment for Java is now available. Apache NetBeans 12.0 adds support for the latest Java features, integrates new code donations from Oracle for Java Web development and many improvements.   It also enhances Apache Maven tooling and includes built-in features for Payara and WildFly for the first time.  According … continue reading

SD Times news digest: MemSQL 7.1, Apple releases password resources and the IBM FHE toolkit

MemSQL 7.1 is now available on MemSQL Helios, the company’s elastic cloud database. This release improves support for OLTP-style (highly-selective) queries on columnstores, high availability, and disaster recovery. It also delivers improved resilience features to further strengthen MemSQL for mission-critical applications providing transaction processing, operational analytics, and more.  “The MemSQL 7.1 release delivers a big … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Tech companies react to the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act, CData and HULFT’s partnership, and Apache weekly project updates

Mozilla, Reddit, Twitter, Patreon, and other other tech companies are pushing for the House of Representatives to consider the Wyden/Daines amendment when they look at the USA FREEDOM Reauthorization Act. The amendment would expressly prohibit the use of Section 215 of the USA PATRIOT Act for the warrantless collection of search and browsing history. The … continue reading

SD Times news digest: NVIDIA to accelerate Apache Spark, Google cloud training and MariaDB SkySQL power tier

NVIDIA announced that it is collaborating with the open-source community to bring end-to-end GPU acceleration to Apache Spark 3.0. In addition, AI model training will be able to be processed on the same Spark cluster, instead of running the workloads as separate processes on separate infrastructure.  “Data analytics is the greatest high performance computing challenge … continue reading

SD Times news digest: ShuttleOps announces no-code CI/CD solution, Modus Kickstart launched, and HPE GreenLake Central

ShuttleOps unveiled a new no-code CI/CD platform powered by Chef, Docker & HashiCorp that includes prebuilt integrations to DevOps tools and a no-code pipeline editor.  “The coded approach most vendors are taking to build CI/CD solutions only widens the skills gap, as most teams do not have highly-skilled DevOps engineers to implement, scale and maintain … continue reading

Apache ShardingSphere now top-level project

The Apache Software Foundation announced that Apache ShardingSphere, a distributed Big Data middleware ecosystem, has now graduated to a Top-Level Project. “Since entering the Apache Incubator, ShardingSphere has evolved from a JDBC driver for sharding into a distributed ecosystem,”  said Liang Zhang, the vice president of Apache ShardingSphere.  The Apache ShardingSphere ecosystem has 3 sub-projects … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Apache Kafka 2.5, Google Play policy updates, and Microsoft’s C++ Core Guidelines Support Library

Apache Kafka 2.5 was launched with new metrics and security features, among other improvements.  Additionally, some preparatory work was done towards the removal of Apache Zookeeper such as KIP-555: details about the ZooKeeper deprecation process in admin tools, and KIP-543: dynamic configs will not require ZooKeeper access Producer scalability for exactly once semantics has been … continue reading

Apache Software Foundation updates Tomcat, Wicket, Flink and Jackrabbit

In the past week, the Apache Software Foundation has announced a number of updates to its projects.  Apache Tomcat has been updated to version 9.0.34. Key changes from the previous version include support for default values when using ${…} property replacement in configuration files, a warning when configuring HTTP Connectors if the encoding is not … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android 11 Developer Preview 2, Eclipse 4.15, and Apache Samza 1.4 released

Google has released the second developer preview of its upcoming operating system. Android 11 Preview 2 is for developers only and includes a 5G state API to let users quickly check whether the user is currently on a 5G radio or non-standalone network, hinge angles for foldables, call screening service improvements, and new controls in … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Bill Gates steps down from Microsoft board of directors, Apache updates, and GitHub introduces new features for its teaching tools

Microsoft co-founder and technology adviser Bill Gates stepped down from the company’s board of directors to dedicate more time to his philanthropic priorities. He will continue to serve as technology advisor to CEO Satya Nadella and other leaders in the company. “I am grateful for Bill’s friendship and look forward to continuing to work alongside … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Applitools announces Ultrafast Grid, Matillion announces GA of Data Loader, and Apache NetBeans 11.3

Applitools announced the general availability of Ultrafast Grid, a cloud platform that enables fast concurrent rendering of apps on different browsers and devices, with the reliability and stability of Visual AI.  “Applitools navigates the vicious triangle by providing AI-driven testing for any browser and any device, nearly eliminating the test overhead per release, said Torsten … continue reading

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