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OmniRuntime:Powering Next-Generation Analytics

gravitys169

| August 6, 2021 |

openLooKeng BigData OmniRuntime

Modern analytics engines play a crucial role in serving businesses with real-time analysis at low latency and cost amidst data explosion in scale and variety. Moreover, present-day applications expect these systems to deliver high query concurrency and high throughput while supporting queries over both structured and unstructured data. To satisfy these requirements, modern analytics engines and databases often rely on the compilation of query plans to native code. Hand-written operators such as FILTER, GROUPBY, and JOIN, typically contain control flows required to process different parameters and data types.

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Memory Connector: Sorting, Indexing and Spill-to-disk

Arjun Krishna

| July 20, 2021 |

update metrics

Improvements to openLookeng’s Memory Connector in v1.3.0, including benchmarking results

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openLooKeng Invites You to Register Your Profile

Fred Li

| December 8, 2020 |

Community Metrics

Introduction Firstly, all the contributors’ contribution to openLooKeng community is appreciated. In order to do the statistics on contribution of each contributor’s company/school/organization, the Infrastructure team has developed a function that requires each contributor to fill in their company information. This blog is to guide contributors on how to fill in personal organizational information. Steps Fork https://gitee.com/openlookeng/community to your Gitee. on your local PC git clone https://gitee.

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ARM: Points to be noted

Amit Dattatray Khandekar

| June 30, 2020 |

ARM

Source: https://amitdkhan-pg.blogspot.com/ The story of ARM began in 1993 with a joint venture of Apple with ARM (then Acorn RISC Machines) to launch the “Apple Newton” handheld PC. And the story continues today with news that Apple is going to switch their MACs to ARM processors. What has not changed in the story is ARM’s reputation as a power-efficient processor. This is the primary reason why it is so popular in smarthphones, and why it has made its way into smart cars, drones and other internet-of-things devices where it is crucial to preserve battery life and minimize heat generation.

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The Future of Cloud in a COVID-19 Era

Bryan Che

| June 24, 2020 |

AI Cloud EU 5G Cloud Computing

Source: https://blog.huawei.com/2020/06/24/the-future-of-cloud-in-a-covid-19-era/ Three Years of Astonishing Cloud Growth Almost exactly three years ago in June 2017, Huawei launched its public cloud business, HUAWEI CLOUD, in China. At the time, China’s public cloud market had just exceeded US$1 billion in the 1H 2017. The top vendors in the space were: Three years later, and Canalys has just released its latest figures for the China public cloud market, as of June 2020:

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