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Terrastore 0.8.0 Released, Featuring Map/Reduce

After a short break, Terrastore has published a new version, 0.8.0, which brings quite a few interesting features, plus some performance, scalability, and stability enhancements:

  • map/reduce processing
  • active event listeners
  • adaptive ensemble scheduling
  • document and communication compression

Sergio Bossa, Terrastore lead developer, has shared more about this release ☞ here:

Terrastore map/reduce implementation targets all documents, or just a subset of documents specified by range, belonging to a single bucket, and is based on three phases: mapper, combiner and reducer. The mapper phase is initiated by the node which received the map/reduce request, the originator node: it locates the target documents and the nodes that hold them, then sends the map function to those node so that it can be applied in parallel on each node; the map function will take each target document as input argument, and return, for each document, a map of pairs as output. Then, each remote node runs the combiner phase, aggregating its local map results and returning a partial map of pairs. Finally, the originator node runs the reducer phase, aggregating all partial results.

You can download the new Terrastore from ☞ here.

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