This talk covers an overview of the project and highlight best practices for creating performant input pipelines.
Tag: data orchestration
ODSC WEST 2019 Cloud storage brings great flexibility in management and cost-efficiency to data scientists, but also introduces new challenges related to data accessibility and data locality for machine learning applications. For instance, when the input data is stored in a remote cloud storage like AWS S3 or Azure blob storage, direct data access is … Continued
For today’s blog post I interviewed Bin Fan, Founding Engineer and VP of Open Source at Alluxio. Bin is the PMC maintainer of the Alluxio open source project. Prior to Alluxio, he worked for Google on the next-generation storage infrastructure.
In this talk, we present: trends and challenges in the data ecosystem in cloud era; Data engineering in the cloud with data orchestration; Use cases of using tech stacks (Presto or Tensorflow) with Alluxio on S3.
Haoyuan Li offers an overview of a data orchestration layer that provides a unified data access and caching layer for single cloud, hybrid, and multicloud deployments.
Today’s current pace of innovation is hindered by the necessity of reinventing the wheel in order for applications to efficiently access data. When an engineer or scientist wants to write an application to solve a problem, he or she needs to spend significant effort on getting the application to access the data efficiently and effectively, rather than focusing on the algorithms and the application’s logic.
Announcing the first Data Orchestration Summit in November 2019! This Summit brings together data engineers, cloud engineers, data scientists, and industry thought leaders who are solving data problems at the intersection of cloud, AI, and data.
This tech talk gives a quick overview of Alluxio and the use cases it powers for Spark/Presto in Kubernetes. We also show you how to set up Alluxio and Spark/Presto to run in Kubernetes.
Alluxio is an open-source data orchestration system widely used to speed up data-intensive workloads in the cloud. Alluxio v2.0 introduced Replicated Async Write to allow users to complete writes to Alluxio file system and return quickly with high application performance, while still providing users with peace of mind that data will be persisted to the chosen under storage like S3 in the background.