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Founder Haoyuan Li was a Ph.D. student at UC Berkeley AMPLab when he built the beginnings of Alluxio (originally called Tachyon) with the mission to orchestrate data for all data driven applications. Today, in addition to running critical workloads for thousands of users across the world, Alluxio has a vibrant community that has made countless contributions to the open source project.

Welcome to Alluxio Community! We would invite you to read about, try out, use, and contribute to Alluxio, as well as to share your experience, feedback, suggestions and ideas!

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Learn about the architecture of OceanBase and their use cases, how to use Alluxio to speed up your cloud training, how Twitter leverages a ML-based approach in Presto and BigQuery to estimate query utilization, and how you can add real-time analytics capability to your data pipeline with Apache Pinot.

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Speeding Up the Atlas Supercomputing Platform with Fluid + Alluxio

Unisound is an artificial intelligence company focusing on Internet of Things services. Unisound’s AI technology stacks include the perception and expression capabilities of signals, voices, images, and texts, and the cognitive technologies such as knowledge, understanding, analysis, and decision-making, towards a multi-modal AI system. Atlas is the supercomputing platform supporting all kinds of AI applications including model training and reasoning inferencing. 

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The Alluxio Open Source Contributors and Project Management Committee members come from a diverse and experienced background. The project members includes committers with decades of experience from Tencent, Google, Palantir, UC Berkeley, Carnegie Mellon, IBM, Intel and JD.com.

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