Spark's new DataFrame API is inspired by data frames in R and Python (Pandas), but designed from the ground up to support modern big data and data science applications.
1 comment Posted 26 Mar 2015 by Reynold Xin Feed
A common disease of software development is the "not-invented-here" syndrome, a tendency to write new implementations instead of leveraging existing solutions. We then just write it as part of the application we're currently building, thinking it's a small thing. Over time, such helper or utility... Read more
1 comment Posted 26 Mar 2015 by David Buchmann Feed
We are entering the Renaissance of IT where we bridge the Middle Ages (the DotCom boom and rapid hardware improvement and software growth) and the modern history of Enterprise IT (proliferation of bring your own devices and cloud).
2 comments Posted 25 Mar 2015 by Mark Hinkle Feed
One of the basic tenets of the Linux philosophy is to use software leverage, and one of the important corollaries of that tenet is to automate everything.
8 comments Posted 24 Mar 2015 by David Both Feed
How does OpenStack differ from other large, popular open source projects and how do these differences affect the way the project is growing and maturing?
1 comment Posted 24 Mar 2015 by Stephen R. Walli Feed
Learn more about software defined networking, network functions virtualization, OpenDaylight, OpenStack Neutron, and other important things happening in open source networking today.
0 comments Posted 23 Mar 2015 by (Red Hat) Feed
Blue clouds, OpenStack
The weekly look at what is happening in the OpenStack community and the open source cloud at large.
0 comments Posted 23 Mar 2015 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
Learn about the next steps in securing Docker containers, and what is being done to make sure that containers are safe for production use.
4 comments Posted 19 Mar 2015 by Daniel J Walsh (Red Hat) Feed
ApacheCon 2015
The Apache Software Foundation is excited to invite you to ApacheCon North America, which we'll be holding in Austin, Texas, April 13th - 16th.
0 comments Posted 18 Mar 2015 by Rich Bowen (Red Hat) Feed
A disaster is just that: a disaster. And as much as you might want to, you will not be able to turn-key all your systems back on the next day. Bacon and waffles may have to wait.
2 comments Posted 17 Mar 2015 by Brian Proffitt (Red Hat) Feed