Open Source Alluxio 1.5.0 Release Highlights

Open source Alluxio 1.5.0 has been released with a large number of new features and improvements. Alluxio allows any application to access data from any storage system transparently and at memory speed. Interoperability with other technologies in the ecosystem is an important step for enabling this, and in the 1.5.0 release, we have improved the accessibility of Alluxio in several key ways.

Announcing the Release of Alluxio AEE v1.5.0 and ACE v1.5.0

We are excited to announce Alluxio Enterprise Edition (AEE) 1.5.0 and Alluxio Community Edition (ACE) 1.5.0 releases. The AEE release brings enhancements in the areas of security, multi-tenancy as well as working with multiple under-stores. In addition, both the AEE and the ACE releases bring major usability and performance improvements as well as enhanced integrations with the ecosystem.

What’s new in Alluxio 1.4.0

Alluxio 1.4.0 has been released with a large number of new features and improvements. This blog highlights some stand out aspects of the Alluxio 1.4.0 open source release: Improved Alluxio Under Storage API, Native File System REST Interface, Packet Streaming

Alluxio Launches Industry’s First System to Unify Data at Memory Speed

Our mission at Alluxio is to unify data at memory speed. Today we’re excited to unveil our first products which enable organizations to turn data into value with unprecedented ease, flexibility, and speed. We believe our new products will substantially advance Alluxio for both the community and our enterprise customers.
In this blog, I will share with you the big data challenges application developers and business line owners face today, and show how Alluxio addresses these challenges.

What’s new in Alluxio 1.1 Release

Alluxio 1.1 release includes many great features and improvements from the community. Alluxio would not be what it is today without the growing open source community, and we would like to thank everyone involved in this project.
This release brings many new features and improvements, and in this post, we will highlight a few of the developments: performance improvements, access control features, and usability and integration improvements.