• Apache Spark

    Apache Spark is an open-source parallel processing framework that enables users to run large-scale data analytics applications across clustered systems.

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  • Amazon Elastic MapReduce moves forward with Apache Spark

    Amazon Elastic MapReduce has embraced Apache Spark, reflecting an industry shift around big data analytics.

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  • Apache Drill case study: A tutorial on processing CSV files

    Rob Terpilowski decided to take Apache Drill for a test drive and use it for processing CSV files. Here's a quick tutorial to show how you can do it to.

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  • Is Apache Spark the next big thing in big data analytics?

    At Spark Summit East, Databricks talked up a storm about its new Spark cloud offering in an effort to distinguish the data processing engine from MapReduce and the Hadoop stack: The Data Mill reports.

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  • Apache Solr

    Apache Solr is an open source search platform built upon a Java library called Lucene.

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  • Apache Flink

    Apache Flink is an in-memory and disk-based distributed data processing platform for use in big data streaming applications.

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  • Apache Spark goes 1.0, looks to improve on MapReduce performance

    The Apache Software Foundation released Version 1.0 of Spark, a processing framework aimed at outpacing MapReduce for machine learning and other uses.

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  • Hadoop security, Spark top list of 2015 Data Mill columns

    We've rounded up the top five most popular Data Mill columns in 2015, which touched on bimodal IT, automation and Apache Spark.

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  • Hortonworks optimizes Apache Hadoop performance

    Hortonworks has recently introduced new products to help enhance Apache Hadoop performance.

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  • Talend 5.6 adopts Apache Storm and Spark for real-time BI

    A German company vies with the likes of Amazon by adding Apache Storm and Spark to its portfolio, along with Talend 5.6 data integration.

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