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Wednesday, May 17 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
General Durable Object and Native Computing Model for Apache Big Data Platforms - Johnu George, Cisco

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Most big data processing frameworks are JVM based. A big gap in such systems is to efficiently map the software layers/patterns to the underlying hardware, especially for newer technologies like Non Volatile Memory (NVM), and remove performance bottlenecks. The Apache Mnemonic project presents abstract models that help resolve memory bottlenecks e.g. SerDe/marshalling, Garbage Collection(GC) performance issues, memory-storage mapping, massive object caching, object sharing across clustering and kernel caching issues. In this talk we present Mnemonic, its architecture and the programming models and their applications (including integrations with Apache Hadoop and Apache Spark).

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Johnu George

Staff Engineer, Nutanix
Johnu George is a staff engineer at Nutanix.  His research interests are in the areas of distributed systems and scalable infrastructure for big data applications. He is an active open source contributor and currently a PMC member of Apache Mnemonic.  He is actively involved in... Read More →

Wednesday May 17, 2017 3:30pm - 4:20pm EDT
  Big Data