The Apache Software Foundation announced the release of Apache Tajo v0.11.0 on Oct 28. The new release heralds significant enhancements for easier data integration and interoperability with other hadoop ecosystems.
“Tajo 0.11.0 represents a very important milestone. It introduced critical features and functions that let us build out a modern data warehouse system,” said Hyunsik Choi, Vice President of Apache Tajo and Gruter Research Director. “Especially, query federation and tablespace features will help enterprise users easily integrate existing databases and NoSQL stores with Tajo, a Hadoop-based analytical system.”
New use cases and success stories were also announced in various fields, including gaming, energy and ad tech among others. Now Tajo is positioning itself as a powerful, cost-effective alternative to traditional data warehouse infrastructure.
According to Jinho Kim, Apache Tajo PMC member and Gruter Senior Manager, Tajo 0.11 sees the resolution of 350 issues including lots of new features, bug fixes, and improvements.
The source and binary release tarballs for the new release are available for free download at Apache Tajo project website.
* Some of the highlights in Tajo 0.11.0, including query federation, JDBC-based storage support and self-describing data format support, are explained in the following slide.