Webinar Recording: ArangoDB Custom Pregel Feature Preview - ArangoDB

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Webinar Recording: ArangoDB Custom Pregel Feature Preview

The slides of this webinar are available here.

Pregel, originally developed by Google, is a framework for iterative, distributed Graph Processing. It has been supported by ArangoDB for almost four years in the form of C++ algorithms. With the upcoming version 3.8 of ArangoDB, we will introduce a more flexible version of Pregel, which will allow users to specify custom Pregel algorithms for a running ArangoDB cluster without having to write C++ code.

Please note that this version is experimental at first and is intended to receive feedback from the ArangoDB community. In this webinar Heiko Kernbach, software developer at ArangoDB, and Jörg Schad, Head of Engineering, will provide an overview of the new custom Pregel support (which can already be tested using the latest nightly builds). We will have plenty of time at the end for an open discussion about a number of tradeoffs, interface options, and use cases.

Heiko Kernbach

Heiko Kernback

Joerg Schad

Jörg Schad

About the Presenters:

Heiko is a JavaScript and C++ Developer working on ArangoDB’s frontend and backend. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and is passionate about new technologies and programming. Whilst completing his Bachelor's degree, Heiko dove deeper into ArangoDB and focused on developing geo location-based services.

Jörg Schad is the Head of Engineering and Machine Learning at ArangoDB. In a previous life, he worked on Machine Learning Infrastructure in health care, distributed systems at Mesosphere, implemented distributed and in-memory databases, and conducted research in the Hadoop and Cloud area. He’s a frequent speaker at meetups, international conferences, and lecture halls.