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The lakeFS playground is now live and everybody can play!

Oz Katz, Michal Wosk
March 2, 2022

What if you could manage your data lake just like you manage code? With rollback, versioning, and branching capabilities on top of your existing data lake? lakeFS is an open-source project that provides a Git-like version control interface for data lakes, with seamless integration to most data tools and frameworks. lakeFS enables you to easily …

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In the Realm of the New Open Data Stack: Joining the lakeFS Adventure

Adi Polak
May 11, 2022

Trends in the data industry, how lakeFS fits into the new data stack, and a personal story of why I chose to join lakeFS. Open Source Is Everywhere! For the past decade, open-source has made a home in the ever-evolving data stack zoo known as the Hadoop ecosystem. To keep everything in order, ZooKeeper was …

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lakeFS Community Call Recap – Oct. 2021

Paul Singman
December 2, 2021

Last week we held another lakeFS Community Call! We believe these calls are invaluable opportunities to have direct dialogue with our users on all things lakeFS. Oz covered important new lakeFS functionality, previewed what’s coming soon from the roadmap, and also shared two exciting updates from the community. Let’s recap! 6 Important lakeFS Releases 1. …

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lakeFS – Data Versioning at Scale

Paul Singman
March 24, 2022

If you think about it, lakeFS is about two things — version control and big data. We see ourselves as bringing version control to big data. This bridges a workflow gap that currently exists when working with data and working with code.  This gap is purely artificial — there’s no conceptual reason why different workflows should be required for …

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lakeFS in Search of a Role Model

Einat Orr, PhD.
March 24, 2022

Who needs a role model? When we first launched lakeFS in August of 2020, we asked ourselves a simple question: What does success look like? And how will we know we’re doing the right things to get there?   Of course with thousands of installations, a thriving user community, active developer contributions, and exponential growth on …

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Building an Auto-Upgrading lakeFS Environment

Nirav Adunuthula
November 9, 2021

One look at the cheerful aquamarine axolotl resting atop the lakeFS homepage was all it took to assure me that an internship here would make this summer different than any other… This summer I had the opportunity to intern with the amazing developer team at Treeverse and work on the lakeFS project. This opportunity represents an important …

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New in lakeFS: Data Retention Policies

Yoni Augarten, Guy Hardonag
March 24, 2022

“I can remember everything. That’s my curse, young man. It’s the greatest curse that’s ever been inflicted on the human race: memory.” — Jedediah Leland, Citizen Kane (1941) lakeFS makes data corruptions easy to avoid and fix by allowing you to travel back in time to any state of your data. This new capability has …

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