Topic: tlp

Cortana for Android, agile practice cards, and Apache NiFi—SD Times news digest: July 20, 2015

Microsoft has announced Cortana for Android is on its way. The announcement comes after a reported leak of the application. “In the spirit of the Windows Insider Program, we’re testing the Cortana for Android beta with a limited number of users in the U.S. and China before releasing the beta publicly in the next few … continue reading

The ASF announces Apache Parquet as a Top-Level Project

The Apache Software Foundation has announced Apache Parquet as a Top-Level Project. Apache Parquet, a columnar Hadoop storage format, is used across Big Data processing frameworks, data models and query engines from MapReduce and Apache Spark to Apache Hive, Impala and others. Parquet’s ascension to a Top-Level Project signifies the health and maturity of the … 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

Inside the Apache Software Foundation’s Flink

The Apache Software Foundation has announced Apache Flink as a Top-Level Project (TLP). Flink is an open-source Big Data system that fuses processing and analysis of both batch and streaming data. The data-processing engine, which offers APIs in Java and Scala as well as specialized APIs for graph processing, is presented as an alternative to … continue reading

ASF announces Apache Drill as TLP, Google Dart 1.8, and a bright Windows Phone forecast—SD Times news digest: Dec. 2, 2014

The Apache Software Foundation has announced Apache Drill as a Top-Level Project. According to the Foundation, Apache Drill is a schema-free SQL query engine for Hadoop and NoSQL. By removing the constraint of building and maintaining schemas before data can be analyzed, Drill users can run interactive ANSI SQL queries on complex or constantly evolving … continue reading

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