Big data was born on the back of Apache Hadoop. Today, we take a look at the latest version of this open source framework for distributed computing, Hadoop 3.2! Highlights include powerful new features and deep learning applications.
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Pop the champagne, this year’s financial report is full of good news for the Apache Software Foundation. This year’s financial report shows that the ASF community has grown to over 300 projects with over 6000 code committers.
Whats the story between the ASFs objection to the Java Community Process and Javas Tech Compatibility Kits?
Twitter and AirBnB are already using the distributed resource manager – are more set to follow suit?
Just as he was helping push the project to Apache Software Foundation, JAX Magazine managed to catch up with the founder of portable cloud library jclouds, Adrian Cole.
The polyglot asynchronous framework looks set to take up residence at Eclipse, following intense community discussion.
After 14 months incubation, the Flash-based framework emerges from incubation at Apache. But has the world moved on?
The Apache Software Foundation didnt wait long to grant their first release of 2013: NoSQL database Apache Cassandra gets an update
Just as ApacheCon gets underway, the Apache CloudStack team think the time is right to let the community have a peek at some code
Not a breakfast cereal, but yet another big data solving project straight out of the ASF.
Foundation members to vote on whether office suite should be prioritised – but has it already been left behind?
Apache’s cloudy REST API hub emerges out of the incubator with a snazzy Amazon EC2 frontend
The latest release for Apache’s J2EE server brings it right up to date with full Java EE 6 compliance achieved
New Open Source Initiative President Simon Phipps has acted quickly in his tenure adding five new organisation as Affiliate Members – including Wikimedia and the community behind LibreOffice.