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Pregel: Graph Processing at Large-Scale

Good preso about Pregel:

The slides talk about:

  • Pregel compute model
  • Pregel C++ API
  • implementation details
  • fault tolerance
  • workers, master, and aggregators

As mentioned before Pregel is MapReduce for graphs. And besides Google’s implementation we’ll probably never see, there’s Phoebus, an Erlang implementation of Pregel.

Original title and link: Pregel: Graph Processing at Large-Scale (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)