Monday, March 16, 2015
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Big Graph Processing with Apache Giraph
Big Graph Processing with Apache Giraph.
Apache Giraph is an open-source graph analytics engine
based on Google's "Pregel" paper and the Bulk Synchronous Parallel
Giraph has added many features beyond what Pregel
described, and is uniquely suited to performing graph analytics at
massive scale. Giraph is used at Facebook to perform social network
analytics on the graph of connections between users.
This talk will
describe how to setup and deploy Giraph, the core Giraph programming
model, and will feature demonstrations of coding a number of graph
algorithms in Giraph.
About the Speaker
Phil Rhodes is a long-time contributor to open source software
projects, and is the founder of Fogbeam Labs, a provider of open
source enterprise knowledge management, search, analytics and
collaboration software. Phil is also the founder of the Triangle
Semantic Web / AI / Machine Learning Meetup and is a regular speaker
at Triangle area technology and business oriented groups.
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NOTICE: The March 16th, 2015 Java User Group meeting location will be at
THE DZONE BUILDING See the Map...
150 Preston Executive, Cary, NC 27513
There will be a raffle at the end of the meeting.
The Topics of April 2015 meeting will be An Introduction to Cassandra and the DataStax Java Driver.
Speaker: John Sanda.
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