Tag: AMPLab

Meet Ray, the Real-Time Machine-Learning Replacement for Spark

Mar 28, 2017 |

Researchers at UC Berkeley’s RISELab have developed a new distributed framework designed to enable Python-based machine learning and deep learning workloads to execute in real-time with MPI-like power and granularity. Read more…

RISELab Takes Flight at UC Berkeley

Jan 24, 2017 |

UC Berkeley yesterday officially launched the RISELab, the successor to the highly successful AMPLab that produced superstar open source technologies like Apache Spark and Apache Mesos. There’s no telling what, if any, RISELab projects will strike a chord like Spark and Mesos did. Read more…

RISELab Replaces AMPLab with Secure, Real-Time Focus

Oct 31, 2016 |

UC Berkeley AMPLab will shut its doors in December after six years of delivering major technological innovations like Apache Spark, Apache Mesos, and Alluxio. Taking its place is the RISELab, which will focus its efforts on delivering a secure real-time decision stack, dubbed SRDS. Read more…

Über File System from Alluxio Gaining Enterprise Traction

Oct 26, 2016 |

It took several years, but now we’re starting to see multi-hundred-node deployments of Alluxio, the distributed in-memory file system that was developed alongside Spark and Mesos at Cal Berkeley’s AMPlab. Read more…

Meet Alluxio, the Distributed File System Formerly Known as Tachyon

Feb 23, 2016 |

Today marks the availability of Alluxio 1.0, the first major release of the memory-centric, virtual distributed file system formerly known as Tachyon. The graduate of UC Berkeley’s AMPLab is already being used to manage petabytes of production storage at companies like Barclays, Alibaba, and Baidu, and now its creator, Haoyuan Li, says Alluxio is ready to spread its wings in the bigger big data world. Read more…

AMPLab Releases Succinct, A New Way to Query Data in Spark

Nov 11, 2015 |

The folks at UC Berkeley’s’ AMPLab are starting to talk publicly about Succinct, a fast new in-memory data store aimed at enabling users to query large amounts of compressed data, in a fast and direct fashion. Read more…

Riak Taps Mesos for ‘Push Button’ NoSQL Scalability

Aug 20, 2015 |

At the MesosCon conference this week, Basho Technologies and Cisco are demonstrating the Riak key-value store database running atop Apache Mesos, the next-gen cluster manager developed by UC Berkeley’s AMPLab. Read more…