This blog was originally published in the Presto blog: https://prestodb.io/blog/2022/01/28/avoid-data-silos-in-presto-in-meta Alluxio: Rongrong Zhong Meta: James Sun, Ke Wang Raptor is a Presto connector (presto-raptor) that is used to power some critical interactive query workloads in Meta (previously Facebook). Though referred to in the ICDE 2019 paper Presto: SQL on Everything, it remains somewhat mysterious to many Presto users … Continued
This blog was originally published in Razorpay Engineering Blog: https://engineering.razorpay.com/how-trino-and-alluxio-power-analytics-at-razorpay-803d3386daaf Razorpay is a large fintech company in India. Razorpay provides a payment solution that offers a fast, affordable, and secure way to accept and disburse payments online. On the engineering side, the availability and scalability of analytics infrastructure are crucial to providing seamless experiences to … Continued
This article shares the data platform practice at Expedia to federate cross-region data lakes spanning multiple geographic regions in the cloud. 1. Background Expedia Group (NASDAQ: EXPE) is an American online travel shopping company for consumer and small business travel. Expedia powers travel for everyone, everywhere through our global platform, with industry-leading technology solutions to … Continued
Lei Li, AI Platform Lead, and Zifan Ni, Senior Software Engineer from Bilibili, share how they applied Alluxio to their AI platform to increase training efficiency, as well as best practices including technical architecture and specific tuning tips Overview About Bilibili Bilibili (NASDAQ: BILI) is a leading video community with a mission to enrich the … Continued
Xi Chen, Senior Software Engineer at Tencent & Top 100 Alluxio open source project contributor, explains the block allocation policy of Alluxio at the code level.
Imagine as an IT leader having the flexibility to choose any services that are available in public cloud and on premises. And imagine being able to scale your storage for your data lakes with control over data locality and protection for your organization. With these goals in mind, NetApp and Alluxio are joining forces to help our customers adapt to new requirements for modernizing data architecture with low-touch operations for analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence workflows.
In the previous blog, we introduced Uber’s Presto use cases and how we collaborated to implement Alluxio local cache to overcome different challenges in accelerating Presto queries. The second part discusses the improvements to the local cache metadata.
This article shares how Uber and Alluxio collaborated to design and implement Presto local cache to reduce HDFS latency.
This article introduces the design and implementation of metadata storage in Alluxio Master, either on heap and off heap (based on RocksDB).