About the Talk
October 30, 2009 11:30 AM
Georgia Tech Research Institute Conference CenterGeorgia Tech Research Institute Conference Center
A DryadLINQ program is a sequential program (written in C#, VB, or F#) composed of LINQ queries performing arbitrary side effect-free transformations on datasets, and can be written and debugged using standard .NET development tools. The DryadLINQ system automatically and transparently translates the LINQ queries in the program into distributed execution plans and executes them on large compute clusters using the Dryad execution engine. In this talk, I will describe the programming model, the design and implementation, and applications of the systems.