Apache Software Foundation is announcing that Apache Hama with version number 0.7 is already available to download.
What is Apache Hama ?
Apache Hama is A distributed computing framework based on BSP computing techniques, ideal for supporting cloud-based data analysis and processing .
Apache Hama is a toolkit for usage in mediums where large quantities of data need to be analyzed and processed.Hama specifically targets scientific mediums, being able to also interpret and execute basic or more advance mathematical operations, while also functioning from multiple clusters (cloud-based infrastructures).This is mainly thanks to its BSP (Bulk Synchronous Parallel) features, being able to handle anything from matrix-based data, to network-based computations and many other more.As for its architecture Hama is comprised of three parts: the shell, the Hama core, and a public API.These tools can be used to interact with the system either in real-time or for scheduled tasks.
This is changelog for Apache Hama version 0.7 :
- Fix/improve DoubleVector and DenseDoubleVector
- Added persistent queue option to JobConf
- Support NullWritable in Hama Pipes
- Added sort behaviour to runtime partitioner
You can read the complete changelog and also download this latest version on their homepage: hama.apache.org