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
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In this online presentation, we present how ING is leveraging Presto (interactive query), Alluxio (data orchestration & acceleration), S3 (massive storage), and DC/OS (container orchestration) to build and operate our modern Security Analytics & Machine Learning platform. We will share the challenges we encountered and how we solved them.
We will introduce the key new features and enhancements such as: Support for hyper-scale data workloads, Machine learning and deep learning workloads, and Better storage abstraction.
Alluxio is a proud sponsor and exhibitor at the AWS Summit in New York. If you weren’t able to attend, here are the highlights
This event features leading financial services company ING Bank’s user story on how they leverage open source technologies like Presto and Alluxio with S3.
This article aims to provide a different approach to help connect and make distributed files systems like HDFS or cloud storage systems look like a local file system to data processing frameworks: the Alluxio POSIX API. To explain the approach better, we used the TensorFlow + Alluxio + AWS S3 stack as an example.
This talk shares our design, implementation and optimization of Alluxio metadata service to address the scalability challenges, focusing on how to apply and combine techniques including tiered metadata storage (based on off-heap KV store RocksDB), fine-grained file system inode tree locking scheme, embedded state-replicate machine (based on RAFT), exploration and performance tuning in the correct RPC frameworks (thrift vs gRPC) and etc.
Problem It becomes increasingly more popular among data scientists to train models based on frameworks like TensorFlow on a local server or cluster while using remote shared storages like S3 or Google Cloud Storage to store a massive amount of the input data. This stack provides high flexibility and cost efficiency, especially requires no dev-ops … Continued
A new generation of open source big data, represented by Alluxio, born at the University of California at Berkeley, looks at this issue. Different from systems such as designing storage tight coupling to achieve low-cost reliable storage HDFS, by providing a virtual data storage layer defined and implemented by software for data applications, abstracting and integrating cloudy, hybrid cloud, multi-data center and other environments The underlying files and objects, and through intelligent workload analysis and data management, make data close to computing and provide data locality, big data and machine learning applications can be achieved with the same performance and lower cost.