Hollow is a java library and toolset for disseminating in-memory datasets from a single producer to many consumers for high performance read-only access. Read more.
Documentation is available at http://hollow.how.
We recommend jumping into the quick start guide — you'll have a demo up and running in minutes, and a fully production-scalable implementation of Hollow at your fingertips in about an hour. From there, you can plug in your data model and it's off to the races.
Release binaries are available from Maven Central and jCenter.
|Latest Stable Version
In a Maven
In a Gradle
Release candidate binaries, matching the
-rc\.* pattern for an artifact's version, are available from the jCenter oss-candidate repository, which may be declared in a
Hollow is maintained by the Platform Data Technologies team at Netflix. Support can be obtained directly from us or from fellow users through Gitter or by opening an issue in this project.
To view the docs locally you can just
make site-serve, this will start the MkDocs server at
You can also run
make site-build to build the site locally and
make site-deploy to deploy it to Github.
MkDocs runs with python, the Makefile via the
venv task should take care of setting the Python's virtualenv for the site tasks.
It does assume that
virtualenv is available as a command and it also assume that we are targeting python3.
Installing Python3 is out of the scope, check your OS package manager. For example, in Mac you can use homebrew to install
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