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ZooKeeper 3.4.3 First Beta Quality in the 3.4 Series

After 3 alpha versions in the 3.4 series, ZooKeeper 3.4.3, announced the other day, is the first to be considered a beta release—it’s not production ready, but more serious bugs have been fixed. Being such a critical component of the Hadoop ecosystem it is essential for ZooKeeper to go through extensive testing before being declared production ready.

Besides the release notes, both Hortworks and Cloudera have a short summary about ZooKeeper 3.4.

Original title and link: ZooKeeper 3.4.3 First Beta Quality in the 3.4 Series (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)