Introduction of Apache Hama - 2011

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Introduction of Apache Hama - 2011

  1. 1. Introduction of Apache Hama Edward J. Yoon, October 11, 2011 <edwardyoon@apache.org>
  2. 2. About Me Founder of Apache Hama. Committer of Apache Bigtop. Employee for KT. http://twitter.com/eddieyoon
  3. 3. What Is Hama? Apache Incubator Project. BSP (Bulk Synchronous Parallel) for massive scientific computations. Written In Java. Currently 2 releases, 3 main committers.
  4. 4. Hama Characteristics Provides a Pure BSP model .  Job submission and management interface.  Multiple tasks per node.  Checkpoint recovery. Supports to run in the Clouds using Apache Whirr. Supports to run with Hadoop nextGen.
  5. 5. Bulk Synchronous Parallel? Parallel programming model introduced by Valiant. Consist of a sequence of supersteps. Conceptually simple and intuitive from a programming standpoint. Used for a variety of applications e.g., scientific computing, genetic programming, …
  6. 6. Schematic diagram of a superstepLocal Computation ………. Idle Communication ………. Idle Barrier Synchronization
  7. 7. Internals Proactive Task Scheduling. Hadoop RPC is used for BSP tasks to communicate each other. Collection and bundling of messages as a technique to reduce network overheads and contentions. Zookeeper is used for Barrier Synchronization.
  8. 8. Pi Calculation Each task executes locally its portion of the loop a number of times. One task acts as master and collects the results through the BSP communication interface.
  9. 9. Structural Analysis of Network Traffic Flows Traffic flows in KT clouds.  traffic engineering, anomaly detection, traffic forecasting and capacity planning Currently BSP jobs are experimentally running on 512 multi-cores machines.
  10. 10. Random Communication Benchmarks Benchmarked on 16 1U servers using 10 tasks per server. X axis is the time (sec.)of BSP job execution (32 supersteps). Y axis is the number of messages to be sent to random BSP tasks in each superstep.
  11. 11. What’s Next? Support Input/Output Formatter like MapReduce. Message Compression for High Performance. Add some frameworks on top of Hama.
  12. 12. More Information http://incubator.apache.org/hama http://wiki.apache.org/hama

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