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From Brian O'Neill <b...@alumni.brown.edu>
Subject Re: High-level architecture
Date Wed, 30 Jan 2013 19:53:34 GMT
Thanks for putting this out there.

I have a high-level question...

How do we intend to distribute the execution engine across a set of
Any thought to deploying the engine as a Storm topology?


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On 1/29/13 8:05 AM, "Michael Hausenblas" <michael.hausenblas@gmail.com>

>Motivated by the fact that I find myself explaining Drill more and more
>often lately I thought it might be useful to provide a high-level view on
>the architecture of Drill. So, I gave it a shot and you can find the
>result at [1] - note that also the OmniGraffle source is attached to this
>page in case someone wants to tweak it.
>This high-level architecture diagram was created with the following in
>* Providing a quick overview of the features, interfaces and ecosystem ...
>* ... while aiming not *only* at a technical audience
>* Summarising the various discussions around desired data sources and
>query languages supported
>One aspect I find very important and that I tried to highlight is the
>human in the loop: being an interactive system, this should clearly be in
>the centre of attention?
>		Michael
>Michael Hausenblas
>Ireland, Europe

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