Apache Project: Recent Announcements to Highlight in July 2020

Apache Project: Recent Announcements to Highlight in July 2020

Apache Project: Recent Announcements to Highlight in July 2020

As it is already in the public domain, the Apache Software Foundation (o ASF of the name in English, Apache Software Foundation) is in her twenties (1999) and still active North American-based charity whose mission is to provide software for the public good. And for that mission, provides services and support to many communities of software projects like-minded people, made up of people who decide to participate in ASF activities.

Reason why, currently supervises more than 350 leading open source projectsIncluding Apache HTTP Server, which is the most popular web server software in the world. And therefore, every certain has many advertisements on many of these. And in this post we will see the Latest announcements, worthy of note on these projects.

Apache Software Foundation (ASF): Introduction

Furthermore, it is important to note that all the software produced by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) or any of its projects is developed under the terms of its own license, that is, the Apache license. However, there are also some projects that do not belong to this, but they also use the Apache license.

Apache Software Foundation (ASF)

Apache project

All software from the Apache Project and therefore, under the Apache License:

"It allows the user of the software the freedom to use it for any purpose, distribute it, modify it, and distribute modified versions of that software. However, the Apache License does not require that modified versions of the software be distributed using the same license, or even that they have to be distributed as Free Software. The Apache License only requires that a notice be kept informing recipients that code with the Apache License has been used in the distribution, as opposed to Copyleft Licenses. Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Wiki".

Main projects of the Apache Project

  • Apache HTTP WebServer: Web server.
  • Hadoop: Java framework that supports distributed Big Data applications.
  • Cassandra: Open source, distributed NoSQL database that is written in Java.
  • OpenOffice: Free office suite that includes all standard document management programs.
  • Tomcat: Cross-platform web server that works as a servlet container.
  • Lucene- Flexible API that lets you add indexing and search capabilities to any system.

To know and explore the most of 350 leading open source projects of Apache project you can click the following link.

Recent Announcements About Some Software Projects

According to Official blog of the ASF, the following are the most recent announcements about the Apache projects of the same, that is, the Software with the most recent released updates:

By Categories

Performance monitor application
  • SkyWalking (Apache Chart 3.0.0 and Python 0.1.0)
Big Data
IoT
Network client
Crawler Web

Apache Projects List

"Formerly known as the Apache Group, ASF was formed in 1999 as a membership-based non-profit corporation to ensure that Apache Projects continue to exist beyond the participation of individual volunteers. People who have demonstrated their commitment to collaborate in the development of open source computer programs, through participation and sustained contributions within the framework of the Foundation's projects, can become members of the ASF. Membership is granted to an individual upon appointment and approval by a majority of the current members of the Foundation. Thus, the Foundation is governed by the community it serves most directly, that is, the people who collaborate in its projects.". How did the Apache® Projects and ASF grow?

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Conclusion

We hope this "useful little post" on the most recent and important announcements of the «Proyecto Apache» about its huge open source software catalog; be a lot interest and utility, For the whole «Comunidad de Software Libre y Código Abierto» and of great contribution to the diffusion of the wonderful, gigantic and growing ecosystem of applications of «GNU/Linux».

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