• Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    11 months ago
    Hi all! Just published a new demo of lakeFS on Youtube. Watch, like, comment, send to your friends, etc 🙂

    https://youtu.be/6sc5kY1JT7k

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  • Karen

    Karen

    11 months ago
    lakeFS :lakefs: is an open source project and we are glad to participate at this year's Hacktoberfest campaign! Contributors and GitHub stars are welcome ❤️ Our GitHub repository: https://github.com/treeverse/lakeFS Kudos to DigitalOcean and partners Appwrite, Intel, DeepSource for organizing this open source festival for the 8th time!
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  • Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    11 months ago
    :gopher:New on the Blog! :gopher: 3 Ways to Add Data to lakeFS A step-by-step walkthrough of using • the AWS CLI • lakectl ingest • and the lakeFS inventory import utility to get data into lakeFS. I hope this is helpful 🙂 I know I learned a lot writing it!
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  • Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    11 months ago
    <!channel> Hi all! 👋 Join us on October 28th (today!) for our second community call hosted by @Oz Katz. We’ll start promptly at 8:00 AM PST / 11:00 AM EST / 5:00 PM CEST Google Meet Link: meet.google.com/nrd-tsyj-pnt Add event invite to your GCal: https://bit.ly/3pI2PsZ Community call agenda: 1) Overview of important releases & functionality since the last call over the summer 2) Roadmap sneak peek for important upcoming additions. 3) Q&A and open discussion. See you there!
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  • Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    11 months ago
    <!here> The October Community Call starts now!Join here: meet.google.com/nrd-tsyj-pnt
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  • Karen

    Karen

    10 months ago
    Meet one of the lakeFS contributors — @sumesh kanayi! Below Sumesh answers a few of our questions and tells the story about his contributions to the open source project lakeFS :lakefs:. Q&A Q: Tell us a bit about yourself. What's your profile, current position, what are you doing?A: I am Sumesh. I work for IQVIA and lead the DevOps practices there. I love open source. Linux, Golang are my favourites. Q: How you came across lakeFS? What attracted you? What were you willing to do with it?A: I have been playing around with lots of data frameworks (both legacy and modern) lately and was looking for an easy open solution which can:1) Version data 2) Bridge between legacy data stores to AWS S3-like APIs and I found lakeFS in GitHub.    Q: Tell us a bit about your contribution. What urged and motivated you to contribute?A: I have been using Manta for some time and love its simplicity and redundancy in addition to all its powerful capabilities. The negatives being not having a native S3 API/bucket support, not having good UI etc. I went ahead and wrote a custom backend adapter to read and write files to Manta using lakeFS. Now I have power of Manta + beautiful S3 API support + last but not the least, I can create different versions of data. Thanks to the great team. lakeFS team was there whenever I had a question on a feature or even with a code block. I was super happy with the response as well as the support provided by every one in the lakeFS community Slack workspace. Q: Anything you wish to the lakeFS project for the future?A: Yes, especially in Infrastructure as Code (IaC) areas. A Terraform provider would be my first priority. Q: If you have any questions or suggestions, please let me know.A: There are few areas related to GxP compliance I think the project should focus on. I saw few issues already raised and team already working on it etc. Having those issues fixed will certainly boost the project to be adopted by more and more enterprises and I am sure everyone will love it. Thanks Sumesh 🙏 for all your contributions and honest words! Using this opportunity we invite everyone to have a look at lakeFS repository, try it out and maybe even contribute to the project!
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  • Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    10 months ago
    2. (Tailored for Kubernetes users, but relevant to anyone) @Itai Admi is speaking Today at the Data on Kubernetes meetup at 5:00 PM GMT. For more details check out the event page. :heart_lakefs:
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  • Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    10 months ago
    :waving-lakefs: Hi everyone!:waving-lakefs: I think we all agree that Data Versioning is a concept at the foundation of what lakeFS is. We thought it would be useful to put our stake in ground of how we see data versioning today and what role we see it playing in the future of data. Hope you find it an informative and fun read!https://lakefs.io/data-versioning/
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  • Paul Singman

    Paul Singman

    9 months ago
    Hi all! It’s been a little while. Have a couple lakeFS-related notes i’d like to share!1. New Blog Post is live: The Everything Bagel Part II: Versioned Data Lake Tables with lakeFS and Trino 2. I’ll be presenting Optimizing Object Stores For Data with lakeFS at the DataOps Poland meetup on Jan 11th. 3. We recently reached the 2k Star mark on the lakeFS GitHub repo and want to thank you for your support 🙏 Have a safe and Happy Holiday!
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  • Adi Polak

    Adi Polak

    8 months ago
    Excited to share some personal news, I've accepted a new position as VP of DevEx building lakeFS io open source solution with you all. I truly believe this open source is going to greatly impact how we work with data. Here is a short article about why I joined and some of the industry trends we see now. Thank you everyone here for all your support!! 🙏 I am truly grateful for our community!
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