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From Prajwal Tuladhar <p...@infynyxx.com>
Subject Re: Avro Tranformation Language / Avro Graph
Date Mon, 31 Aug 2015 20:09:51 GMT
Hi Anirudha,

Is it possible to view the source of those projects?

On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 7:46 PM, Anirudha Jadhav <anirudha@nyu.edu> wrote:

> Hello All,
>
> I would like to introduce you all to a project which we have been working
> on using Avro and get some feedback.
>
> 1. AvroGraph
> ------------
> We have created an avro to graphml serializer / deserializer. This allows
> us to visualize avro schemas in a graph to understand the relation between
> all the data points. This will later lead to creation of lineage graphs
> among other things
> - Implementation
>   o similar to json serializer / deserializer
>   o Apache Tinkerpop is used as a graph library and can be used to persist
> to a variety of graph stores.
>   o support for scheme evolution between multiple version of the avro
> schemas
>   o lot of unit tests and documentation
>
> 2. Avro Transformation Language
> -------------------------------
> This is YAML based specification that will transform a data in a source
> schema to a target schema. For this we introduce a "transform node" to join
> the two schemas
>  - The following operations can be done during the source to target data
> transformations
>    o Copy source leaves to target leaves
>    o Copy source parent nodes to target parent nodes, only if the sub
> graphs have the same structure.
>    o Concatenate source nodes and copy to a target node
>    o User-defined operations on the transforms
>    o Extract certain leaves from the source and call an external end point
> for data manipulation  eg. Spark / Http
>
>
> Let me know how/if these components would benefit the apache avro project
> and accordingly we would like to contribute it to the apache avro project.
>
> -Ani
>



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Cheers,
Praj

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