What’s new in Apache Atlas 1.0 ?

What's new in Apache Atlas 1.0 ?

Wednesday, June 20
11:00 AM - 11:40 AM
Grand Ballroom 220B

In this session we will take you through some of the new and exciting features in Apache Atlas 1.0, including the following:
* Propagation of classifications.
* Enhanced metadata security with fine grained authorization.
* Time-bound classifications to support time-based security policies in Apache Ranger.
* Introduction of new business glossary and UX improvements in entity relationships.
* JanusGraph as the new graph store for Atlas.
* Enhanced metadata hook for HBase.
* Improved V2 Kafka notifications for better processing.

Apache Atlas provides open source metadata management and governance capabilities for organizations to build a catalog of their data assets, classify and govern these assets and provide collaboration capabilities around these data assets for data scientists, analysts and the data governance team.

Apache Atlas recently graduated into a top-level project, with an active community engaged in building new features and enhancements. We will conclude with a demo to showcase the new features in Apache Atlas 1.0 and how metadata can be managed effectively in a centralized and platform agnostic store.

Presentation Video


Sarath Subramanian
Staff Software Engineer
Hortonworks Inc
Sarath Subramanian is an Apache Atlas committer/PMC member and currently works for Hortonworks as Staff Software Engineer. He is actively engaged in the development of Apache Atlas. Prior to Hortonworks, Sarath worked at IBM in big data analytics platform using Hadoop and Spark with particular focus on Social Data Analytics.
Apoorv Naik
Sr. Software Engineer
I'm currently a Sr. Software engineer at Hortonworks primarily working on Apache Atlas. Prior to this I was working at PayPal Inc. on the Auth platform.