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Monday, April 7 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Data Munging and Analysis for Scientific Applications

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The Apache Airavata framework manages remote scientific application executions on a wide range of distributed resources, including clouds and supercomputers.  Airavata applications focus on workflow execution patterns such as directed acyclic graphs (DAG) with loops, conditionals, and other interrupts. An important challenge for Airavata is to move beyond traditional scientific computing workflows to challenges in data-centric (“big data”) computing and analytics with special emphasis to avoid migration of observational, experimental and/or simulation data among workflow processes. In this talk, we present an investigation of two case studies: the use of Airavata to power Apache Mahout’s execution patterns, and the integration of Apache Spark as a backend resource for workflows. Airavata community has access to academic clusters and will work as perfect test bed for big data solutions.

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Raminder Singh

Principal Software Engineer, Indiana University
Raminderjeet Singh is a PMC member and committer on the Apache Airavata and Apache Rave projects and always putting effort to connect with other open source community projects. He is employed as principal software engineer at Indiana University, where he works as part of the Extreme Science and Discovery Environment (XSEDE) project to help apply open source distributed computing software to problems in a range of scientific disciplines.


Monday April 7, 2014 5:00pm - 5:50pm
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