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Storm 0.8.0: The Most Significant Release of Storm Yet

In Nathan Marz’s words Storm1 0.8.0 is “a major step forward in the evolution of the project”:

  1. Executors: Storm 0.8.0 has a new model where a worker is a process and an executor is a thread.
  2. Pluggable scheduler
  3. Throughput improvements
  4. Decreased ZooKeeper load/increased Storm UI performance
  5. Abstractions for shared resources
  6. Tick tuples

and a lot more changes and improvements detailed in the announcement.

  1. Storm: Distributed and fault-tolerant realtime computation: stream processing, continuous computation, distributed RPC 

Original title and link: Storm 0.8.0: The Most Significant Release of Storm Yet (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)