Zeppelin Road Map

Vinay Shulka, et al, discuss recent and forthcoming improvements to Apache Zeppelin:

Over the last year, there have been several key improvements to Apache Zeppelin that have been contributed by a diverse group of developers. Some of the highlights are:

  • Security Features-Authentication, Access Control, LDAP Support
  • Sharing Collaboration- Notebook import/export
  • Interpreters-Noteable R interpreter, and others too numerous to list

The pluggable nature of the Apache Zeppelin interpreter architecture has made it easy to add support for interpreters. Now there are over 30 interpreters supporting everything from Spark, Hive, MySql, and R to things like Geode and HBase.

It’s an exciting time to be in the world of data analysis.

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