18 Jan 2008
- London Erlang Meeting – “How do you test large systems written in Erlang?” on Monday (I presume) Jan 21.
- Map Reduce a major step back. Michael Stonebraker and David J. DeWitt let forth on why they dislike Google’s MapReduce infrastructure and how it is poor relation to standard relational database technology.
- Relational Database Experts Jump The MapReduce Shark – a reply to Stonebraker and DeWitt that I pretty broadly agree with.
- MapReducing 20 petabytes per day – Greg Linden commenting on the recent paper “MapReduce: Simplified Data Processing on Large Clusters” by Jeff Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat.