Cassandra 4.1 promises dev guardrails and pluggable storage
Cassandra focuses on stability with the latest update.
Apache Cassandra 4.1 will be made available next week. The update comes more than a year after the 4.0 release. Apache Cassandra 4.1 promises pluggable schema management and new guardrails to help ops professionals keep devs in line.
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DataStax and Intel collaborate on Apache Cassandra and Apache Pulsar
DataStax and Intel have established a collaborative partnership to enhance technology performance.
DataStax's collaboration with Intel revolves around the most recent Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the open-source Cassandra database and Apache Pulsar streaming technologies. The companies want t... Read more
Apache Iceberg is now available on the Cloudera Data Platform
Apache Iceberg is now available on the Cloudera Data Platform, providing a completely open table format to customers.
Cloudera Data Platform uses analytics services and data management to gather data and consolidate them in a single place. Once the data is gathered, it analyzes and builds machi... Read more
Apache releases new patch 2.17.1 for Log4j vulnerability
Another vulnerability was discovered in Log4j. Accordingly, the Apache Foundation released a patch. Version Log4j 2.17.1 fixes a newfound method for remote code execution.
The vulnerability was found in version 2.17.0 and named CVE-2021-44832. Authorization to modify the configuration file allow... Read more
Log4j 2.15 is not foolproof; Apache publishes second emergency patch
The emergency patch for the infamous vulnerability in Java library Log4j is not foolproof. Its developer, Apache Software Foundation, publishes a new version (2.16) in hopes of eliminating the vulnerability once and for all.
A severe vulnerability in an extremely popular Java library puts the gl... Read more
New zero-day in Java Log4j is vulnerable to attacks
The newly discovered zero-day vulnerability allows attackers to gain complete control of organizational systems and servers.
A new vulnerability has come forth in Java logging library Apache Log4j, allowing attackers to access servers. This recent weakness is coined as Zero-Day vulnerability, an... Read more
Apache Cassandra 4.0 finally goes GA
With this new update, the most stable version of Cassandra is now here.
Almost 13 months after the beta version was announced, Apache Cassandra 4.0 is now considered ready for use. In addition, a production-ready version is available as a general release.
In the past, Apache would roll out up... Read more
DataStax brings Apache Cassandra to Kubernetes
DataStax announced at KubeCon 2021 that K8ssandra is now available on all Kubernetes environments. K8ssandra makes it possible to run the popular Apache Cassandra-NoSQL database on Kubernetes.
With the announcement, all different Kubernetes environments are supported, including Google Kubernetes... Read more
Okta launches new open-source design system
The architecture of the new system stresses Okta's core values of accessibility and inclusion, according to the company.
This week Okta launched its new design system, both for its own corporate and brand use, but also as an open-source project under the Apache 2.0 license. The new platform, Ody... Read more
Apache Kafka 2.7 is almost ZooKeeper-free and more efficient
Developers of the Apache Kafka distributed event streaming platform have released version 2.7. The new version comes with new cool features.
For instance, in this version, the developers tackle problems surrounding the create and delete functions which affect the load on the controller, by bring... Read more