Spark On Superdome X Previews In-Memory On The Machine

April 11, 2016 Timothy Prickett Morgan As readers of The Next Platform are well aware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise is staking a lot of the future of its systems business on The Machine, which embodies the evolving concepts for disaggregated and composable systems that are heavy on persistent storage that sometimes functions like shared memory, on various kinds of compute, and on the interconnects between the two. To get a sense of how The Machine might do on in-memory workloads that normally run on clusters that have their memory distributed, researchers at HPE Labs have fired up the Spark in-memory framework on a Superdome X shared memory system, and as you might expect, Spark can bet tweaked and tuned to run a lot faster on a big bad NUMA box. The…


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