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ZooKeeper Promoted to Apache Top Level Project

ZooKeeper, the centralized service for maintaining configuration information, naming, providing distributed synchronization, and providing group services, that started under Hadoop umbrella has been promoted to an Apache Top Level Project, according to the ☞ report sent out by Doug Cutting.

In case you are wondering what it means, simply put it’s a proof of the project maturity and its community to be able to ensure the project future. On the other hand, if Hadoop, HBase, and ZooKeeper communities will not coordinate their efforts, it might mean more work for its users to match and test versions when using it together with Hadoop, HBase.

Original title and link: ZooKeeper Promoted to Apache Top Level Project (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)