|tagger||Thomas Weise <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Oct 21 23:01:00 2015 -0700|
|author||Thomas Weise <email@example.com>||Wed Oct 21 22:23:55 2015 -0700|
|committer||Thomas Weise <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Wed Oct 21 22:23:55 2015 -0700|
Preparing to release 3.2.0-incubating-RC1
Apache Apex is a unified platform for big data stream and batch processing. Use cases include ingestion, ETL, real-time analytics, alerts and real-time actions. Apex is a Hadoop-native YARN implementation and uses HDFS by default. It simplifies development and productization of Hadoop applications by reducing time to market. Key features include Enterprise Grade Operability with Fault Tolerance, State Management, Event Processing Guarantees, No Data Loss, In-memory Performance & Scalability and Native Window Support.
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Malhar is a library of application building blocks and examples that will help you build out your first Apex application quickly.
This project welcomes new contributors. If you would like to help by adding new features, enhancements or fixing bugs, here is how to do it.
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mvn license:check -Dlicense.skip=false to check correct header formatting. Run
mvn license:format -Dlicense.skip=false to automatically add the header when missing.
Thanks for contributing!
The project uses Maven for the build. Run
at the top level. You can then use the command line interface (CLI) from the build directory:
Type help to list available commands.
(Note that we will be moving to the Apache JIRA system soon.)
When working with JIRA to submit pull requests, please use smart commits feature by specifying APEX-XXXX in the commit messages. It helps us link commits with issues being tracked for easy reference. And example commit might look like this:
git commit -am "APEX-1234 #comment Task completed ahead of schedule #resolve"
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