Archive for the ‘GoldenOrb’ Category

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.

GoldenOrb – Released

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

GoldenOrb

From the webpage:

GoldenOrb is a cloud-based open source project for massive-scale graph analysis, built upon best-of-breed software from the Apache Hadoop project modeled after Google’s Pregel architecture. Our goal is to foster solutions to complex data problems, remove limits to innovation and contribute to the emerging ecosystem that spans all aspects of big data analysis.

Anticipated for some time, see: Beyond MapReduce – Large Scale Graph Processing With GoldenOrb
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