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From Srikanth Sundarrajan <srik...@hotmail.com>
Subject [REPORT] Apache Falcon - February 2015‏
Date Mon, 09 Feb 2015 14:23:11 GMT
ABOUT
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Falcon is a data processing and management solution for Hadoop
designed for data motion, coordination of data pipelines,
lifecycle management, and data discovery. Falcon enables end
consumers to quickly onboard their data and its associated
processing and management tasks on Hadoop clusters.


ISSUES
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There are no issues that require board's attention at this time.


STATUS
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Falcon was accepted as a TLP in December 2014. During the last 30
days 33 new issues were created in the issue tracking system and
30 were closed during the same period. During the last month we
have witnessed good progress on the UI front for Falcon (FALCON-790).
With UI, we expect users to find it more easier to work with the
Falcon system. The community has been having regular bi-weekly
sync ups. These sync ups are being very helpful in steering the
project. Recipes (FALCON-634) and Lifecycle functions (FALCON-965)
would open up Falcon system for easy extensions and are being
actively worked upon besides other bug fixes. Community is also
discussing on mailing list on the way forward with respect to usage
of Apache Oozie for orchestration. The outcome will decide how
pipeline and lifecycle function orchestration will happen in
Falcon going forward. We also announced Falcon as a TLP in ASF
blog (http://s.apache.org/GT2)


RELEASES
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    * 2014-12-05: Released 0.6-incubating
    * 2014-09-22: Released 0.5-incubating


COMMUNITY
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    * 14 PMC members (No additions since last report)
        * Last addition: 2014-08-28: Ruslan Ostafiychuk
    * 14 Committers (No additions since last report)
        * Last addition: 2014-08-28: Ruslan Ostafiychuk
    * 33 New issues created in last 30 days
    * 30 issues resolved in the last 30 day
    * 115 - Subscriptions to dev@

 		 	   		  
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