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From Josh Patterson <>
Subject Re: Re:Mahout compatibility with GraphLab
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2011 17:39:00 GMT
This feature seems to be principly driven by a few folks @ Yahoo. Arun
Murthy seems to be quite involved.

Hama is also getting into the MRv2 game:

Quick presentation on the framework by Sharad Agarwal (Yahoo):

Seems to be a considerably more native/clean approach than managing a
bunch of C++ to Java wrappers, imho. I'd really like to see a lot of
frameworks on Hadoop; could have a language like Pig that then
compiled down not only to different ML techniques, but also execute
them on the proper framework in MRv2 as well.


On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 1:12 PM, Danny Bickson <> wrote:
> This is definitely a very interesting option to integrate both projects. I
> will forward this to my
> collaborators - specifically, Joey Gonzalez was recently an Intern at Yahoo!
> and looked at similar directions.
> I will try to learn the technical details better to see how this
> interoperability works.
> Who is working on this project in case we need more details?
> Thanks,
> Danny Bickson
> On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 7:26 PM, Josh Patterson <> wrote:
>> Danny,
>> (Only tangentially understanding the internals of GraphLab) --- is
>> there any interest in having this framework run as a first class
>> citizen on hadoop (beside MR) similar to:
>> MPI on hadoop
>> via the new MRv2 framework? I think that would be a really interesting
>> way to get GraphLab to work with Mahout as I see MRv2 as enabling a
>> lot more functionality in Mahout as we move forward.
>> Thoughts?
>> JP

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