Here are the 3 top features we would like to highlight within HDF 2.1
1.Extend HDF support in the cloud
In the release of HDF 2.1, users can now interact with AWS Kinesis, Microsoft Azure WASB (Windows Azure Storage Blob) and ADLS (Azure Data Lake Storage). This significantly extends user’s flow management capability in the cloud.
2. Ease of Use Enhancement
In the release of HDF 2.1, users now can further simplify its policy management task with a user centric policy view, further enhancing across enterprise collaborations in a multi-tenancy manner. Please see the following graph as an example:
3. New policy to restrict processor (potentially dangerous) access
In the release of HDF 2.1, data flow administrators within the enterprise can identify that in order for certain potential processors to be added to a working data flow system, additional authorization would be required.
In addition, HDF 2.1 supports over 180 processors including newly introduced Connect/Listen/PutWebSocket, Put/FetchElasticsearch5, ValidateCsv, etc.
We would like to thank Apache NiFi, Kafka and Storm community to help us make this a very successful release.
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