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SAN MATEO, Calif., Feb. 11, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Alluxio, developer of the world's first software system that unifies data at memory speed, will host a free webinar on Feb 13, 2019 at 10am PST on how enterprises can achieve separation of compute and storage in cloud environments to lower costs, improve performance and scale elastically.
Register here to secure your place in this thought-provoking presentation about why the most innovative enterprises are quickly adopting a new architecture with independently scaled data storage and compute layers and how the decoupling of compute and storage can become a reality in production environments across any cloud. Learn from the experts about how to overcome the challenges that come with decoupling, including how to co-locate data with compute, how to unify data across multiple remote clouds and how to reduce storage and I/O services costs.
In this webinar, learn how China Unicom, one of the largest telcos in the world, embraced a new generation of distributed computation frameworks and data unification technology to help their network scale and process enormous amounts of data generated by its rapidly expanding user base of hundreds of millions of customers. Building a new stack of Apache Spark, Alluxio, HDFS, Hive and Apache Kafka, China Unicom successfully decoupled compute and storage to improve service delivery and lower costs.
Proven at global web scale in production for modern data services, Alluxio is the world's first system that unifies data at memory speed. Named a Top 10 Storage Startup by CRN in 2018, Alluxio provides a single source virtual data layer connecting data analytics and machine learning frameworks to data running on premises, in public clouds or in multi / hybrid cloud environments. Intelligent data tiering and data management deliver consistent high performance to customers in financial services, high tech, retail and telecommunications. Venture-backed by Andreessen Horowitz and Seven Seas Partners, Alluxio was founded at UC Berkeley’s AMPLab by the creators of the Tachyon open source project. For more information, contact email@example.com or follow us on LinkedIn, Facebook or Twitter.
Lonn Johnston for Alluxio