JD.com is one of the largest e-commerce corporations. In big data platform of JD.com, there are tens of thousands of nodes and tens of petabytes off-line data which require millions of spark and MapReduce jobs to process everyday. As the main query engine, thousands of machines work as Presto nodes and Presto plays an import role in the field of In-place analysis and BI tools. Meanwhile, Alluxio is deployed to improve the performance of Presto. The practice of Presto & Alluxio in JD.com benefits a lot of engineers and analysts.
Slides from our latest talks
In this talk, Baolong Mao from Tencent will share his experience in developing Apache Ozone under file system, showing how to create a new Under File System in a few steps with minimal lines of code.
At PayPal & any other data driven enterprise – data users & applications work with a variety of data sources (RDBMS, NoSQL, Messaging, Documents, Big Data, Time Series Databases), compute engines (Spark, Flink, Beam, Hive), languages (Scala, Python, SQL) and execution models (stream, batch, interactive) to process petabytes of data. Due to this complex matrix of technologies and thousands of datasets, engineers spend considerable time learning about different data sources, formats, programming models, APIs, optimizations, etc. which impacts time-to-market (TTM).
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. During this talk, we will present our observations and testing results that will show important enhancements in accelerating Spark Data Analytics on Ceph Objects Storage using Alluxio.
In this presentation, we will discuss the use of the intelligent precomputation capabilities of Kyligence Cloud as a means of delivering on the promise of pervasive analytics at scale with massive concurrency and sub-second query latencies on large datasets in the cloud.
In this talk, we will share some common pitfalls, lessons learned, and engineering practices, faced while building customer-facing enterprise ML products. In particular, we will focus on the engineering that delivers real-time audience insights everyday to thousands of marketers via the Helixa’s market research platform.
Unisound focuses on Artificial Intelligence services for the Internet of Things. It is an artificial intelligence company with completely independent intellectual property rights and the world’s top intelligent voice technology. Atlas is the Deep Learning platform within Unisound AI Labs, which provides deep learning pipeline support for hundreds of algorithm scientists. This talk shares three real business training scenarios that leverage Alluxio’s distributed caching capabilities and Fluid’s cloud native capabilities, and achieve significant training acceleration and solve platform IO bottlenecks. We hope that the practice of Alluxio & Fluid on Atlas platform will bring benefits to more companies and engineers.
Nowadays, cloud native environments have attracted lots of data-intensive applications deployed and ran on them, due to the efficient-to-deploy and easy-to-maintain advantages provided by cloud native platforms and frameworks such as Docker, Kubernetes. However, cloud native frameworks does not provide the data abstraction support to the applications natively. Therefore, we build Fluid project, which co-orchestrate data and containers together. We use Alluxio as the cache runtime inside Fluid to warm up hot data. In this report, we will introduce the design and effects of the Fluid project.
This is an open source community conference focused on the key data engineering challenges and solutions around building cloud-native data and AI platforms using latest technologies such as Alluxio, Apache Spark, Apache Airflow, Presto, Tensorflow, and Kubernetes.