By Camuel Gilyadov, on February 7th, 2012
I wasn’t blogged for whole 2011 year… I’m not dead, quite on contrary, we were pretty active with OpenDremel project in 2011. First, we are renaming it to Dazo to avoid using a trademarked name and second, we did a good job implementing a secure generic execution engine and integrating it into OpenStack Swift. It also . . . → Read More: OpenDremel update and Dremel vs. Tenzing
By Camuel Gilyadov, on October 12th, 2010
Here is my early thoughts after quickly looking into Google Percolator and skimming the paper .
Major take-away: massive transactional mutating of tens-petabyte-scale dataset on thousands-node cluster is possible!
MapReduce is still useful for distributed sorts of big-data and few other things, nevertheless it’s “karma” has suffered a blow. Beforehand you could end any MapReduce dispute by . . . → Read More: Google Percolator: MapReduce Demise?
By Camuel Gilyadov, on October 11th, 2010
Yes, it is.
Proof? – By definition.
But Wikipedia…… – fixed.