Introduction to BigData Analytics with Apache Spark Part 1 By Fadi Maalouli and R.H. Spark Overview Apache Spark, an open source cluster computing system, is growing fast. Apache Spark has a growing ecosystem of libraries and framework to enable advanced data analytics. Apache Spark’s rapid success is due to its power and and ease-of-use. It is more productive and has faster runtime than the typical MapReduce BigData based analytics. Apache Spark provides in-memory, distributed computing.
Analytics with Apache Spark Tutorial Part 2 : Spark SQL Using Spark SQL from Python and Java Combining Cassandra and Spark By Fadi Maalouli and R.H. Spark, a very powerful tool for real-time analytics, is very popular. In the first part of this series on Spark we introduced Spark. We covered Spark’s history, and explained RDDs (which are used to partition data in the Spark cluster). We also covered the Apache Spark Ecosystem.
In this part of Spark’s tutorial (part 3), we will introduce two important components of Spark’s Ecosystem: Spark Streaming and MLlib. Display - Edit Spark Streaming By Fadi Maalouli and R.H. Spark Streaming is a real-time processing tool, that has a high level API, is fault tolerant, and is easy to integrate with SQL DataFrames and GraphX. On a high level Spark Streaming works by running receivers that receive data from for example S3, Cassandra, Kafka etc… and it divides these data into blocks, then pushes these blocks into Spark, then Spark will work with these blocks of data as RDDs, from here you get your results.
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