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Stackable believes that the future of software development is open source. That’s why Stackable has made it its mission to build and operate scalable, open source data and streaming infrastructure. Build modern data warehouses, event streaming, machine learning and AI with open source products easier and faster.
Stackable was founded in 2020 from the community ethos and therefore makes its platform available as an open source product with freely accessible source code with a commercial service and support offering. Only software with non-restrictive, open source licensing is included in Stackable Data Platform meaning you’re free to use it however you want at any scale.
We are convinced that the future of software development is open source. With Stackable, we want to go down this path and are looking for bright minds, tinkerers and developers who will accompany us on this path as employees or contributors. Whether it’s a pull request, issue or Github comment – get in touch with us and become part of our open source project! Github comment – get in touch with us and become part of our open source project!
The Stackable Agent is a replacement for the Kubernetes Kubelet written in Rust that runs pods in systemd and without containers.
The Stackable ZooKeeper Operator is a tool written in Rust for automatically rolling out and managing Apache ZooKeeper ensembles. It is designed to be used with our agent.
The Stackable Kafka Operator is a tool written in Rust for automatically rolling out and managing Apache Kafka clusters. It is designed to be used with our agent.
The Spark Operator is an operator written in Java that makes it possible to roll out a Spark cluster in standalone mode. It also offers the possibility to start jobs on the cluster.
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