MapReduce has been gaining much attention in data intensive computing field. As you know, it is well known as a very popular framework for batch-processing. Recently, however, Tyson Condie who is a Ph.D student in UC Berkeley accomplishes MapReduce Online. Today, I heard this news from Data Beta. Actually, It is amazing works since the […]
With the increasingly growing volume of data, the techniques to manage big data are needed in many areas. Open source community and many companies have attempted developing solutions to deal with big data.
Recently, Prof. Daniel Abadi, who is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Yale University, announced HadoopDB release and the paper published in […]
Today, at the lab seminar I presented the paper “Graph Twiddling in a MapReduce World” published in IEEE Computing in Science & Engineering. This paper addresses an investigation into the feasibility of decomposion graph operations into a series of MapReduce processes. In this post, I’m going to discuss this paper briefly.
As I mentioned above, this […]