A recent press release reports, “Alluxio, the developer of open source cloud data orchestration software, today announced at the first Data Orchestration Summit at the Computer History Museum, the availability of a range of cloud offerings and integrations with the latest Alluxio version 2.1, as well as strengthening of partnerships with Amazon AWS and Google Cloud. Alluxio advanced to the Select Technology Partner status and joined the Google Cloud Partner Program as a technology partner giving AWS and Google Cloud customers the ability to accelerate analytical workloads and orchestrate data across clouds.”
The release continues, “As users and enterprises demand more added capacity, particularly for their data-driven workloads, they are also in parallel moving towards all cloud or hybrid cloud environments. This requires cloud data orchestration to accelerate and synchronize data across different environments, and as a result users are migrating to cloud data analytic services like Amazon’s EMR and Google Cloud’s Dataproc that reduce hardware spend, eliminate the need to overbuy capacity, and provide business agility. Alluxio can now be seamlessly integrated with both of these leading cloud analytical services to speed up analytical jobs on a range of computational frameworks like Apache Spark, Presto, Hive, TensorFlow and others.”
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