How T3Go’s high-performance data lake using Apache Hudi and Alluxio shortened the time for data ingestion into the lake by up to a factor of 2. Data analysts using Presto, Hudi, and Alluxio in conjunction to query data on the lake saw queries speed up by 10 times faster.
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.
Join us for this webinar where Alex Ma of Alluxio, an open source data orchestration platform, will discuss how a data orchestration approach offers a solution for connecting traditional on-prem data centers with the cloud, data centers with other data centers, and clouds with other clouds. With Alluxio’s “zero-copy” burst solution, companies can bridge remote data centers with computing frameworks in other locations, enabling them to offload compute and leverage the flexibility, scalability, and power of the cloud for their remote data.
Adit Madan and Parviz Peiravi offer an overview of the Alluxio data orchestration layer that provides a unified data access layer for hybrid and multi cloud deployments, leveraging Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory for higher performance caching at reduced cost. The data access layer enables distributed compute engines like Presto, TensorFlow, and PyTorch to transparently access data from various storage systems (including S3, HDFS, and Azure) while actively leveraging a multi-tier cache to accelerate data access.
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.
JD.com is China’s largest online retailer. It uses Alluxio to provide support for ad hoc and real-time stream computing, using Alluxio-compatible HDFS URLs and Alluxio as a pluggable optimization component.
Get started with Presto and Alluxio – Hands-on experience launching the EC2 instance, explore the Alluxio filesystem and cluster status, and run queries with Presto on Alluxio
The whole Ryte-Platform is built with a scalable architecture to support our heavy load and make it possible for our customers to drill-down from a high-level overview into the last byte of their websites.
This is a guest blog by Ashwin Sinha with an original blog source. This blog introduces Wormhole— open source Dockerized solution for deploying Presto & Alluxio clusters for blazing fast analytics on file system (we use S3, GCS, OSS). When it comes to analytics, generally people are hands-on in writing SQL queries and love to analyse data which resides in a warehouse (e.g. MySQL database). But as data grows, these … Continued