Hadoop 3.0 Is Coming

Kevin Feasel

2017-12-06

Hadoop

Alex Woodie reports that Hadoop 3.0 will likely drop before Christmas:

After years of work, the Apache Hadoop community is now putting the finishing touches on a release candidate for Hadoop 3.0 and, barring any unforeseen occurrences, will deliver it by the middle of December, according to Vinod Kumar Vavilapalli, a committer on the Apache Hadoop project and director of engineering at Hortonworks.

“We can’t set the dates in stone, but it’s looking like we’ll get something out by mid-December,” Vavilapalli told Datanami in an interview last week.

Read on for some of the bigger changes that come with this.

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