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Would you also like to submit a review for this item? You already recently rated this item. Your rating has been recorded. Write a review Rate this item: Preview this item Preview this item. Apache Oozie Author: Sebastopol, CA: Spark provides a rich functional programming model and comes packaged with higher level libraries for SQL, machine learning, streaming, and graphs. This data arrives in a steady stream, often from multiple sources simultaneously.
While it is possible to store these data streams on disk and analyze them retrospectively, it is sometimes necessary to process and act upon the data as it arrives.
Streams of data related to financial transactions, for example, can be processed in real time to identify — and refuse — potentially fraudulent transactions. Software can be trained to identify and act upon triggers within well-understood datasets before applying the same solutions to new and unknown data. Running broadly similar queries again and again, at scale, significantly reduces the time required to go through a set of possible solutions in order to find the most efficient algorithms.
This interactive query process requires systems like Spark that are able to respond and adapt quickly. ETL processes are often used to pull data from different systems, clean and standardize it, and then load it into a separate system for analysis.
Spark and Hadoop are increasingly being used to reduce the cost and time required for this ETL process. Everything on One Cluster Accessing Data In-Place A confluence of several different technology shifts have dramatically changed machine learning applications.
The combination of distributed computing, streaming analytics, and machine learning is accelerating the development of next-generation intelligent applications, which take advantage of modern computational paradigms powered by modern computational infrastructure. The MapR Data Platform integrates global event streaming , real-time database capabilities , and scalable enterprise storage with Hadoop, Spark, Apache Drill, and other ML libraries to power this new generation of data processing pipelines and intelligent applications.
Diverse and open APIs allow all types of analytics workflows to run on the data in place. The MapR XD Distributed File and Object Store is designed to store data at exabyte scale, support trillions of files, and combine analytics and operations into a single platform.
Support for POSIX enables Spark and all non-Hadoop libraries to read and write to the distributed data store as if the data were mounted locally, which greatly expands the possible use cases for next-generation applications. The MapR Event Store for Apache Kafka is the first big-data-scale streaming system built into a unified data platform and the only big data streaming system to support global event replication reliably at IoT scale.
Support for the Kafka API enables Spark streaming applications to interact with data in real time in a unified data platform, which minimizes maintenance and data copying. The Spark MapR Database Connector enables users to perform complex SQL queries and updates on top of MapR Database, while applying critical techniques such as projection and filter pushdown, custom partitioning, and data locality.