Why MapReduce – Georgia Tech – Advanced Operating Systems

Why MapReduce – Georgia Tech – Advanced Operating Systems

The question is why map reduce is a programming framework for big data applications. It turns out that several processing steps in giant-scale services are expressible as map reduce. For example, let’s say that you’re looking for seat availability for selected dates to selected destinations on different airlines. That can be expressed as a map reduce computation. Let’s say you

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Programming Paradigms – Georgia Tech – Advanced Operating Systems

Programming Paradigms – Georgia Tech – Advanced Operating Systems

We have seen how P Threads serve as an API for for the development of parallel programs. For distributed programs, sockets serves as an API for application development. And conventional distributor programming such as NFS servers and so on use socket API And build RPC packets on top of that. But unfortunately socket API is too low-level and insufficient in

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