This talk will go over a generic example of stateful coordination service moving from Zookeeper to Raft.
Join us for these great talks featuring speakers from RisingWave Labs, Onehouse, Shopee, and Alluxio! Learn about how Alluxio helps the big data analytics stack to be cloud-native, why modern data stack is more than a buzzword, an overview of community-driven major features in Apache Hudi’s open-source community, and how Shopee leverages Alluxio to accelerate Presto query. Attendees can join both in-person in Singapore as well as online on Zoom.
Today, data engineering in modern enterprises has become increasingly more complex and resource-consuming, particularly because (1) the rich amount of organizational data is often distributed across data centers, cloud regions, or even cloud providers, and (2) the complexity of the big data stack has been quickly increasing over the past few years with an explosion in big-data analytics and machine-learning engines (like MapReduce, Hive, Spark, Presto, Tensorflow, PyTorch to name a few).
The presentation talks about the best practices to set up and techniques to build a cluster with open source Alluxio on AWS EKS, for one of our clients, which made it Scalable, Reliable, and Secure by adapting to Kubernetes RBAC.
In this talk, we will present how using Alluxio computation and storage ecosystems can better interact benefiting of the “bringing the data close to the code” approach. Moving away from the complete disaggregation of computation and storage, data locality can enhance the computation performance.
Over the last few years, organizations have worked towards the separation of storage and compute for a number of benefits in the areas of cost, data duplication and data latency. Cloud resolves most of these issues but comes to the expense of needing a way to query data on remote storages. Alluxio and Presto are a powerful combination to address the compute problem, which is part of the strategy used by Simbiose Ventures to create a product called StorageQuery – A platform to query files in cloud storages with SQL.
In this talk, we will describe how we have solved an issue with large S3 API costs incurred by Presto under several usage concurrency levels by implementing Alluxio as a data orchestration layer between S3 and Presto. Also, we will show the results of an experiment with estimating the per-query S3 API costs using the TPC-DS dataset.
In Alluxio, an Under File System is the plugin to connect to any file systems or object stores, so users can mount different storages like AWS S3 or HDFS into Alluxio namespace. This under filesystem is designed to be modular, in order to enable users to easily extend this framework with their own Under File System implementation and connect to a new or customized storage system.
Today, many people run deep learning applications with training data from separate storage such as object storage or remote data centers. This presentation will demo the Intel Analytics Zoo + Alluxio stack, an architecture that enables high performance while keeping cost and resource efficiency balanced without network being I/O bottlenecked.