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Sqoop Becomes an Apache Top-Level Project

Sqoop, the tool used to efficiently transfer bulk data from external datastores and enterprise data warehouses into HDFS, HBase, etc., has become an Apache top-level project. Not only is Sqoop supported by many NoSQL databases—just as some quick examples see DataStax Enterprise 2.0 or Couchbase—, but being a top level project is a sign of the maturity of the project community.

Original title and link: Sqoop Becomes an Apache Top-Level Project (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)