Apache Hop Hops To Top-Level Project Status

Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 19 January 2022 at 03:30 AM EST. 7 Comments
After starting off in development more than two decades ago as Kettle, Apache Hop in its current form has now made it to being an Apache Software Foundation top-level project.

Apache Hop is an orchestration platform for facilitating both data and metadata orchestration. Apache Hop supports visual development, is lightweight in nature, metadata driven, offers hundreds of plug-ins, and has built-in lifecycle management. Apache Hop originally started out more than two decades ago as Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) platform Kettle.

After reaching Apache Incubator status in late 2020, Apache Hop was promoted to top-level status on Tuesday as a sign of its maturity. More details on Apache Hop via the Apache.org press release and the project site at hop.apache.org.
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