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Subject [Incubator Wiki] Update of "ConcertedProposal" by AtriSharma
Date Tue, 06 Oct 2015 18:34:41 GMT
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The "ConcertedProposal" page has been changed by AtriSharma:
https://wiki.apache.org/incubator/ConcertedProposal?action=diff&rev1=30&rev2=31

  
  Concerted believes that best understanding of user application lies with user application
developer. The need for massive read scaling should be on demand and should be flexible to
the level that user can decide as to which representation and access of data suits his/her
current requirements. Hence, Concerted is not built in a traditional client/server model.
  Concerted provides users with an API which can be used to load, read, update and delete
data. User chooses which data structure has to be used for his current requirements. All API
access is covered by Concerted's internal systems like lock manager, transaction manager and
cache manager which ensure that reads scale to high level in every API call.
+ 
+ Concerted is a Do It Yourself in memory platform for making in memory supporting engines.
The use case we think of is supporting big data warehouses like Hive, but there are endless
use cases for a custom, highly scalable in memory platform.
  
  The goal of this proposal is to leverage an existing code base available on Github and licensed
under the Apache License 2.0 to build a community around the project. Currently the community
consists of existing hackers of Concerted as well as people who have been following and associated
with the project since a while as well as database experts who are excited about building
a project like this. We are hoping that entering into Apache would help us attract more contributors
as well as connect with existing big data projects like Apache Hive, Apache HAWQ, Apache Storm,
Apache Tajo, Apache Spark, Apache Geode to leverage their community base while assisting in
their use cases with Concerted. We had a discussion with founders of Apache Tajo and they
showed interest in using Concerted for some of their use cases.
  = Background =
@@ -33, +35 @@

  Various contributors are getting individual changes into branches in github repository and
our initial major goal will be to merge in all those changes in master repository.
  
  = Current Status =
- Concerted is currently under restructuring to suit the needs of an open source project.
Current source is available at https://github.com/atris/Concerted (Please note that updated
codebase is not yet present on github) Concerted is currently being licensed under Apache
License 2.0. Most of the code base is implemented in C and C++ and has little external dependencies.
+ Concerted is currently under restructuring to suit the needs of an open source project.
Current source is available at https://github.com/atris/Concerted (Please note that updated
codebase is not yet present on github) Concerted is currently being licensed under Apache
License 2.0. Most of the code base is implemented in C and C++ and has external dependencies
listed later.
  
  == Meritocracy ==
  
@@ -109, +111 @@

   *commits@concerted.incubator.apache.org
   *dev@concerted.incubator.apache.org
   *issues@concerted.incubator.apache.org
-  *user@concerted.incubator.apache.org
  
  == Git Repository ==
  
@@ -164, +165 @@

  
  The nominated mentors are employees of Pivotal, HortonWorks, Acquia, and Salesforce.
  
-  * Roman Shaposhnik (Pivotal)
   * Daniel Dai (HortonWorks)
   * Jake Farrell (Acquia)
   * Lars Hofhansl (Salesforce)

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