I am interested in Quality of Consistency guarantees for Distributed Cloud Storage. For that, I have been understanding and working on the HBase architecture, mainly replication, since the beginning of 2013. As this has been my first time with HBase, I would be glad if people already well-versed in this area could please provide some substantial and insightful view of the work here presented and how this applies in real terms of what is needed regarding HBase future development. I am sending you the work we presented at CloudCom '13 in December last year. It would be great to get some feedback regarding that, and so I would be always enthusiastic about further ideas for materialising this contribution to the HBase code-base. Thank you very much.
As I do not seem to be able to attach the pdf, here is the link to this work, hope it does the trick: http://bit.ly/1nxvBEU
Yes, of course. The plan would be to integrate that into the Apache HBase project if somehow it is interesting to the community. I am willing to make the necessary coding efforts in the prototype in order to cleanup and have it ready for a production version. That would be great.
btw. Hadoop-1.0.4. Already a bit old with Yarn out there I guess.
Best, Álvaro On 2 February 2014 05:15, Ted Yu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
In SIMULATION AND EVALUATION section, CPU utilization is shown with varying parameters (such as sigma). Before putting QoD In production, user would make experiments and adjust these parameters to achieve desired resource utilization.
That is the plan, sure Ted. I also saw HBASE-10070 branch closely working on that new feature of HBase. That is not to mention of high interest to me as well. Great news. On 6 February 2014 16:33, Ted Yu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I would be happy to do so. I just had a quick look to the repo. Sure, I would like to point out one or two things that could be one in regards to consistency guarantees.
Cheers On 11 February 2014 18:18, Ted Yu <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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