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TL;DR: Four years ago, I left Google with the idea for a new kind of server monitoring tool. The idea was to combine traditionally separate functions such as log exploration, log aggregation and analysis, metrics gathering, alerting, and dashboard generation into a single service. One tenet was that the service should be fast, giving ops …
Recently, we changed how HBase assigns regions. This architectural change is referred to as ZK-less region assignment, i.e. assigning regions without involving ZooKeeper. The change allows us to achieve greater scale as well as faster startups and assignment. It is simpler and has less code, improves the speed at which assignments run so we can do faster rolling restarts. The master is also re-architected to handle more regions. This feature will be on by default in HBase 2.0.0.
Recently, Travis Thieman and I gave a talk to the CTO School meetup group in NYC about our experiences moving GameChanger’s mainly Chef-based build and deploy pipeline to one based heavily around Docker.
In this post, I want to dig a little deeper into one of the topics we covered: how Docker has enabled us to position our engineering team to scale out in a manner which would have been inconceivable with a more traditional CM tool like Chef, Puppet or Ansible.
NVIDIA’s Pascal GPU architecture, set to debut next year, will accelerate deep learning applications 10X beyond the speed of its current-generation Maxwell processors. NVIDIA CEO and co-founder Jen-Hsun Huang revealed details of Pascal and the company’s updated processor roadmap in front of a crowd of 4,000 during his keynote address at the GPU Technology Conference,… Read More
Our friend and colleague Gina Smith at tech news and analysis site anewdomain.net is many things: a journalist, an entrepreneur, a bon vivant … and a big math nerd. She shot us an urgent note to remind us that today — 3/14 — is Pi Day.
Pi, of course, is the number you get when you calcu
Companies, non-profit organizations, and governments are all starting to realize the huge value that data can provide to customers, decision makers, and concerned citizens. What is often neglected is the amount of engineering required to make that data accessible. Simply using SQL is no longer an option for large, unstructured, or real-time data. Building a system that makes data usable becomes a monumental challenge for data engineers.
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