Welcome Hortonworks Data Platform 1.1 by Jim Walker.
From the post:
Hortonworks Data Platform 1.1 Brings Expanded High Availability and Streaming Data Capture, Easier Integration with Existing Tools to Improve Enterprise Reliability and Performance of Apache Hadoop
It is exactly three months to the day that Hortonworks Data Platform version 1.0 was announced. A lot has happened since that day…
- Our distribution has been downloaded by thousands and is delivering big value to organizations throughout the world,
- Hadoop Summit gathered over 2200 Hadoop enthusiasts into the San Jose Convention Center,
- And, our Hortonworks team grew by leaps and bounds!
In these same three months our growing team of committers, engineers, testers and writers have been busy knocking out our next release, Hortonworks Data Platform 1.1. We are delighted to announce availability of HDP 1.1 today! With this release, we expand our high availability options with the addition of Red Hat based HA, add streaming capability with Flume, expand monitoring API enhancements and have made significant performance improvements to the core platform.
New features include high availability, capturing data streams (Flume), improved operations management and performance increases.
For the details, see the post, documentation or even download Hortonworks Data Platform 1.1 for a spin.
Unlike Odo’s Klingon days, a day with several items from Hortonworks is a good day. Enjoy!