Archive for the ‘Hama’ Category

Exploring Apache Hama

Friday, November 16th, 2012

Exploring Apache Hama

From the post:

Apache Hama is one of the under-hyped projects in the Hadoop ecosystem but gaining a lot of traction steadily with the efforts of its committers. “Apache Hama is a pure BSP (Bulk Synchronous Parallel) computing framework on top of HDFS (Hadoop Distributed File System) for massive scientific computations such as matrix, graph and network algorithms.

A summary of resources on Apache Hama.

You won’t learn Hama over the weekend but you can get a start towards a new skill to list at LinkedIn.

Google Pregel: the Rise of the Clones

Wednesday, September 14th, 2011

Google Pregel: the Rise of the Clones

Claudio Martella gives a quick overview of Pregel “clones,” Apache Hama, GoldenOrb, Giraph, and Phoebus.

Claudio concludes:

So, here it is, fire up your Hadoop pseudo-cluster and get back to me if you have something to add.

Graph Exploration with Apache Hama

Sunday, April 10th, 2011

Graph Exploration with Apache Hama

From the website:

Hey guys,

I’ve been busy for a tiny bit of time, but I finished the graph exploration algorithm with Apache Hama recently. This post is about the BSP portation of this post.
So I already told in this post how BSP basically works. Now I’m going to tell you what you can do with it in terms of graph exploration. Last post I did this with MapReduce, so let’s go and get into Hama!

Thomas Jungblut on graph exploration.

Take the time. It will be time well spent.