We discuss the current state of LLAP (Live Long and Process) – the concurrent sub-second execution of analytical queries engine for Hive 2.0. LLAP is a hybrid execution model that enables performance improvement in and across queries, such as caching of columnar data with cache coherence and intelligent eviction for disaggregated storage models (like S3, Isilon, Azure), JIT-friendly operator pipelines, asynchronous I/O, data pre-fetching and multi-threaded processing. LLAP features robust machine and service failure tolerance achieved by building on top of the time-tested fault tolerant subsystems, as well as a concurrency-directed design that achieves high utilization with low latency via resource sharing, reducing overheads for multiple queries, and enabling the system to preempt tasks of lower priority without failing any query in-flight. The talk also aims to cover the novel deployment model required for hybrid execution. The elasticity demands of the system are served by a long-lived YARN service interacting with on-demand elastic containers serving as a tightly integrated DAG-based framework for query execution. We discuss the current state of the project, performance numbers, deployment and usage strategy, as well as future work, including how LLAP fits into a unified secure DataFrame access layer.