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Apache DataLab (Incubating)

DataLab is a platform for creating self-service, exploratory data science environments in the cloud using best-of-breed data science tools.

  • Resources: datalab

  • Started: 2018-08-20; Last Status Update: 2021-09-02

  • Reporting: January, April, July, October

  • Committers: 29

  • PPMC members: 21

  • Mentors: P. Taylor Goetz (ptgoetz), Henry Saputra (hsaputra), Konstantin I Boudnik (cos), Furkan Kamaci (kamaci)

News

  • 2021-08-09 New Release Apache (incubating) version 2.5.0

  • 2021-06-22 New Committer, Iana Redko

  • 2021-02-26 New PPMC member, Yurii Kinash

  • 2021-02-19 New Committer, Yurii Tykhun

  • 2021-02-19 New PPMC member, Leonid Frolov

  • 2021-02-15 New PPMC member, Mykola Bodnar

  • 2020-10 Renamed from DLab

  • 2020-09-17 New Release Apache (incubating) version 2.4.0

  • 2020-08-31 New Committer, Pavel Papou

  • 2020-07-20 New Committer & PPMC member, Oleg Fuks

  • 2020-04-24 New Release Apache (incubating) version 2.3.0

  • 2019-12-03 New Release Apache (incubating) version 2.2.0

  • 2019-12-02 New Committer, Dmytro Gnatyshyn

  • 2019-08-20 New Committer, Adams Disturber

  • 2019-07-05 New Committer, Andrew Yatskovets

  • 2019-04-18 New Committer, Anna Orlovska

  • 2019-04-18 New Committer, Demian Mysakovets

  • 2019-04-04 New Committer & PPMC member, Oleksandr Isniuk

  • 2019-04-02 New Release Apache (incubating) version 2.1.0

  • 2019-02-12 New Committer, Mykola Bodnar

  • 2018-08-20 Project enters incubation

Resources

Repositories

1: incubator-datalab

| Gitbox | Github | Incubator Datalab — Updated: 10/26/2021

Releases

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