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From "Edward J. Yoon" <>
Subject [DISCUSS] Meerkat as a Hama sub-module or sub-project
Date Mon, 28 Apr 2014 02:23:31 GMT
Hi guys,

As some people already might know, I'm recently working on real-time
data processing project on top of Hama BSP model, called Meerkat[1]
(currently only few developers (from two organizations, Kakaotalk and
DataSayer) are involved in this project).

According to our internal study, Storm-like DAG-style and
fault-tolerant streaming processing framework can be implemented on
top of Hama BSP model. And, furthermore, we're thinking, it may be
possible to connect to other BSP applications using some smart input
and output formats in the future e.g., streaming graph or learning BSP
applications. Thus, we believe that we may be able to have an
next-generation architecture that processes and analyzes the data
rapidly in real-time, beyond complex old-style data collecting,
storing, ordering, processing, and analyzing architecture.

Does it make sense to you? If so, I'd like to start to move from
github to ASF soon, although this is very *early* stage. Because, it's
highly related with Apache Hama and others. Hama sub-module or
sub-project, (or Apache incubator?). Which is best you think?

I'm also CC'ing general@i.a.o to see more feedbacks (from Apache big
data OSS communities).


Best Regards, Edward J. Yoon

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