The Apache Kudu team is happy to announce the release of Kudu 0.10.0!
This latest version adds several new features, including:
Users may now manually manage the partitioning of a range-partitioned table by adding or dropping range partitions after a table has been created. This can be particularly helpful for time-series workloads. Dan Burkert posted an in-depth blog today detailing the new feature.
Multi-master (HA) Kudu clusters are now significantly more stable.
Administrators may now reserve a certain amount of disk space on each of its configured data directories.
Kudu’s integration with Spark has been substantially improved and is much more flexible.
This release also includes many bug fixes and other improvements, detailed in the release notes below.