With the latest versions of Hadoop being released the older versions are being modified and the behavior is changing for the same. Developers need to check for the changes in the applications. Since Hadoop platform is developing we need standardization of the process. Vendors and developers try to fix the applications and test them in multiple versions of Hadoop after releasing the product. This has resulted in slow migration of custom built apps to a better version of Hadoop. This complexity has given rise to a platform of Swiss-cheese matrix among st the vendors with customers having the option to choose between one tool and any other tools. They have to resolve the bugs and limitations.
The ultimate aim of the development must improve the usage of Hadoop tools. This standardization process for customers is essential. Let us see how Hadoop implements this standardization. We can standardize Hadoop with the help of The Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) platform. With the help of a JSR that is Java Specification Request (JSR) leaders can review. The “working group” can then give a complete reference for the implementation of the standard to show what it would look like when it is built. It also gives full demonstration and blueprint for the standard to be used. Hence more companies can adopt this technology for their organization. These standards are a part of all the products available in the market in the application infrastructure and Java based middle ware. These products that are built on Java platform must adhere to these standards. By creating these reliable standards the applications that are being built have high reliability. There will be an increase in momentum towards standardization. Thus more Hadoop applications are being built and deliver Hadoop based applications.