gleam - Fast, efficient, and scalable distributed map/reduce system, DAG execution, in memory or on disk, written in pure Go, runs standalone or distributedly

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Gleam is a high performance and efficient distributed execution system, and also simple, generic, flexible and easy to customize.Gleam is built in Go, and the user defined computation can be written in Go, Unix pipe tools, or any streaming programs.

https://github.com/chrislusf/gleam

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