What’s New in Alluxio 2.8: Enhanced S3 API Functionality, Enterprise-grade Security and Data Migration With Better Usability and Low Cost

The Alluxio 2.8 version focuses on the S3 API, enterprise-grade security, scalability and observability in data migration. Enhanced S3 API makes managing Alluxio easier than ever. Features such as encryption at rest and policy-driven data management further improve Alluxio’s functionality to support enterprise customers. 

What’s New in Alluxio 2.7: Enhanced Scalability, Stability and Major Improvements in AI/ML Training Efficiency

With this release, Alluxio has strengthened its position as a de-facto data unification and acceleration solution in data analytics and machine learning pipelines. The solution is optimized to support Spark, Presto, Tensorflow, and PyTorch, and is available on multiple cloud platforms such as AWS, GCP, and Azure Cloud, and also on Kubernetes in private data centers or public clouds.

What’s New in Alluxio 2.6: Better Performance for AI/ML Workloads plus Increased Operating Metrics Visibility

Alluxio 2.6 significantly improves the performance of data-intensive AI/ML workloads across any storage, and also improves the general maintainability and visibility of Alluxio clusters, especially for large-scale deployments. We have taken the feedback and contributions from the community and introduced features which simplify deployment, introduce new data management capabilities, optimize performance, and provide enhanced visibility into system behavior.

Introducing what’s new in Alluxio 2.5

Alluxio 2.5 focuses on improving interface support to broaden the set of data driven applications which can benefit from data orchestration. The POSIX and S3 client interfaces have greatly improved in performance and functionality as a result of the widespread usage and demand from AI/ML workloads and system administration needs. Alluxio is rapidly evolving to meet the needs of enterprises that are deploying it as a key component of their AI/ML stacks.

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What’s new in Alluxio 2.5

Alluxio 2.5 focuses on improving interface support to broaden the set of data driven applications which can benefit from data orchestration. The POSIX and S3 client interfaces have greatly improved in performance and functionality as a result of the widespread usage and demand from AI/ML workloads and system administration needs. Alluxio is rapidly evolving to meet the needs of enterprises that are deploying it as a key component of their AI/ML stacks.

What’s New in Alluxio 2.5

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Alluxio 2.5 focuses on improving interface support to broaden the set of data driven applications which can benefit from data orchestration.

What’s new in Alluxio 2.4

Alluxio 2.4.0 focuses on features critical to large scale, production deployments in Cloud and Hybrid Cloud environments. Features such as highly scalable metadata journaling, aggregate cluster metrics monitoring, and automated detection of JVM pauses further improve Alluxio’s suitability for demanding workloads.

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Introduction to what’s new in Alluxio 2.4

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Alluxio 2.4.0 focuses on features critical to large scale, production deployments in Cloud and Hybrid Cloud environments. Features such as highly scalable metadata journaling, aggregate cluster metrics monitoring, and automated detection of JVM pauses further improve Alluxio’s suitability for demanding workloads.

What’s new in Alluxio 2.4

Alluxio 2.4.0 focuses on features critical to large scale, production deployments in Cloud and Hybrid Cloud environments. Enterprises leverage Alluxio at enormous scale in many dimensions, including number of files, total volume of data, requests per second, and number of concurrent clients.