MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA (July 12, 2018) – ZEPL, the collaboration platform built for data science teams by the creators of Apache Zeppelin, today announced the launch of an expanded enterprise offering as well as new funding from SoftBank Ventures Korea, the early stage venture arm of SoftBank Group.
We had our first ZEPL conference in Seoul focusing on data usage, technologies, processes, and culture.
Why in Seoul, Korea? Besides the obvious roots many of us have here, unlike the US, conferences around data tech, process, and overall data culture are far and few between. In addition, we wanted to cater to the new generation of data technologists rising up in Seoul. In today’s Korean tech world, it’s the burgeoning start-up community that’s producing what will become the next great tech generation of tomorrow. Check it out:
Cloud-native architecture is revolutionizing the way we design, implement, and deploy software. Here at ZEPL, we are fully embracing this modern approach, utilizing Kubernetes, containers, and scalable microservice architecture to create the foundation for the next generation of data analytics.(more…)
In the late ’90s and early 2000s, the Agile Software Development movement completely changed how individuals and corporations performed software development. This change from a monolithic, waterfall style of development to a more rapid, iterative approach helped developers focus more on problem solving, collaboration, and innovation. Simply doing a Google search for “Agile Development” will reveal thousands of resources on the benefits of this methodology, including what is considered one of the most important events of the movement — the Agile Software Development Manifesto. (more…)
A few months ago the community started to create official docker image for Zeppelin. As of 0.7.2, release process includes building docker image. Thus, every release can ship its own docker image. (more…)
We’re seeing more and more people trying to use Zeppelin on EMR with YARN but having some challenges with the setup. Here’s a tried and true set of instructions for multi-tenant environment setup with Zeppelin: