Alluxio: Data Orchestration with Haoyuan Li
In 2013, the Berkeley AMPLab was a center of innovation.
Three projects from AMPLab have turned into successful open source projects and companies: Spark, Mesos, and Alluxio. Haoyuan Li was the creator of Alluxio, and he returns to the show to discuss his journey taking Alluxio from a research project to a company that has customers including Alibaba, Baidu, Wells Fargo, and Samsung.
Alluxio is an open source data orchestration system. Alluxio allows application developers to think in terms of the latency that they require from their infrastructure rather than the details of different storage systems. Haoyuan discusses the process of integrating with gigantic companies like cloud providers, telecoms, and huge ecommerce companies.
Alluxio is also hosting an upcoming conference, the Data Orchestration Summit November 7th at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View California.
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