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As we get ready to ship our next major release R55 on api.qubole.com (Nova pod), we are excited about several new capabilities that we are delivering including:

Analytics experience
- Latency reduction and avoiding OOM exceptions on Spark JDBC commands by using distributed writes
- Latency reduction of 2.9X on TPC-DS queries for Spark workloads on JSON and CSV data sources with AWS S3 select integration
- Debugging - Hive log in S3 defloc and analyze page

Administration: Presto safeguard to prevent queries without certain predicates, limit clauses and those with cross joins. Cluster setting available to enable / disable

Engines and tools
- Hive 2.3 in beta
- Multi-Instance HiveServer2 as a scalable solution by allowing an extra cluster running multiple HiveServer2 daemons along with a Hadoop2 cluster on AWS (Beta, API only)
- Pig 17 in beta on AWS. Pig 17 will be supported on Hadoop2(Hive) clusters in both MR and Tez execution engines.
- Spark 2.3 is now the default version for Spark clusters
- Airflow 1.10 version support

Security: Enhanced granular data access controls on Presto and Spark:
- Ranger support for Presto
- Hive authorization support for Spark

Azure: In addition to capabilities above, we continue our investment in Qubole on Azure. Highlights include:
- RubiX data caching for Spark
- Latency reduction for Presto commands for queries submitted using Qubole driver
- Airflow package management

This is for Phase II and will be the backend migration ( including cluster image for Qubole managed cluster ). We do not expect any downtime during the upgrade process.

The full release notes can be read here when available: http://docs.qubole.com/en/latest/release-notes.

If you have questions, please let us know at: https://qubole.zendesk.com.
Posted on Jan 25, 09:28 PST
Past Incidents
Feb 21, 2019

No incidents reported today.

Feb 20, 2019

No incidents reported.

Feb 19, 2019
Completed - The scheduled maintenance has been completed.
Feb 19, 00:30 PST
In progress - Scheduled maintenance is currently in progress. We will provide updates as necessary.
Feb 18, 21:30 PST
Scheduled - As we get ready to ship our next major release R55 on api.qubole.com (Nova pod), we are excited about several new capabilities that we are delivering including:

Analytics experience
- Latency reduction and avoiding OOM exceptions on Spark JDBC commands by using distributed writes
- Latency reduction of 2.9X on TPC-DS queries for Spark workloads on JSON and CSV data sources with AWS S3 select integration
- Debugging - Hive log in S3 defloc and analyze page

Administration: Presto safeguard to prevent queries without certain predicates, limit clauses and those with cross joins. Cluster setting available to enable / disable

Engines and tools
- Hive 2.3 in beta
- Multi-Instance HiveServer2 as a scalable solution by allowing an extra cluster running multiple HiveServer2 daemons along with a Hadoop2 cluster on AWS (Beta, API only)
- Pig 17 in beta on AWS. Pig 17 will be supported on Hadoop2(Hive) clusters in both MR and Tez execution engines.
- Spark 2.3 is now the default version for Spark clusters
- Airflow 1.10 version support

Security: Enhanced granular data access controls on Presto and Spark:
- Ranger support for Presto
- Hive authorization support for Spark

Azure: In addition to capabilities above, we continue our investment in Qubole on Azure. Highlights include:
- RubiX data caching for Spark
- Latency reduction for Presto commands for queries submitted using Qubole driver
- Airflow package management

This is for Phase II and will be the backend migration ( including cluster image for Qubole managed cluster ). We do not expect any downtime during the upgrade process.

The full release notes can be read here when available: http://docs.qubole.com/en/latest/release-notes.

If you have questions, please let us know at: https://qubole.zendesk.com.
Jan 25, 09:26 PST
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