Apache Giraph, implementation of Google's Pregel sys., by Jakob Homan, LinkedIn

Software Architecture & Platform SIG - Silicon Valley
Thu, 26 Jul 2012, 01:30 - 04:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
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Apache Giraph is a an implementation of Google's Pregel system for working with large scale graphs, going beyond the Map-Reduce model, with an approach tailored for graph algorithms. Whereas graph algorithms must be shoehorned into the Map-Reduce model, within Giraph they are expressed naturally by modeling the behavior of vertices across synchronized steps. Important algorithms such as PageRank become trivially simple, with orders of magnitude improvement over traditional Map-Reduce approaches. Giraph was originally developed at Yahoo! Research and is now an Apache project with a diverse and growing community, including committers from LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and several universities.

Jakob Homan,

Senior software engineer at LinkedIn working on the Hadoop ecosystem. Apache Hadoop and Giraph committer and PMC member, as well as contributor to Apache Hive, Avro, Pig and Kafka.

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