In Apache Spark/PySpark we use abstractions and the actual processing is done only when we want to materialize the result of the operation. To connect to different databases and file systems we use mostly ready-made libraries.
In Apache Spark/PySpark we use abstractions and the actual processing is done only when we want to materialize the result of the operation. To connect to different databases and file systems we use mostly ready-made libraries. In this story you will learn how to combine data with MySQL and MongoDB and then save it in Apache Cassandra.
The ideal moment to use Docker, or more precisely Docker Compose. We will run all databases and Jupyter with Apache Spark.
## Use root/example as user/password credentials version: '3.1' services: notebook: image: jupyter/all-spark-notebook ports: - 8888:8888 - 4040:4040 volumes: - ./work:/home/jovyan/work cassandra: image: 'bitnami/cassandra:latest' mongo: image: mongo environment: MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_USERNAME: root MONGO_INITDB_ROOT_PASSWORD: example mysql: image: mysql:5.7 environment: MYSQL_DATABASE: 'school' MYSQL_USER: 'user' MYSQL_PASSWORD: 'password' MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD: 'password'
We need some data. I wrote a simple script in Python. Let’s assume that there are students’ data in Mongo.
Apache Cassandra is a specific database that scales linearly. This has its price: specific table modelling, configurable consistency and limited analytics. Apple performs millions of operations per second on over 160,000 Cassandra instances while collecting over 100 PBs of data. You can bypass these limited analytics with the Apache Spark and the DataStax connector, and that’s what the story is about.
PySpark Tutorial For Beginners | Apache Spark With Python Tutorial will help you understand what PySpark is, the different features of PySpark, and the comparison of Spark with Python and Scala. Learn the various PySpark contents - SparkConf, SparkContext, SparkFiles, RDD, StorageLevel, DataFrames, Broadcast and Accumulator. You will get an idea about the various Subpackages in PySpark. You will look at a demo using PySpark SQL to analyze Walmart Stocks data
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Hi Folks!! In this blog, we are going to learn how we can integrate Spark Structured Streaming with Kafka and Cassandra to build a simple data pipeline.
You will learn what apache spark is, the features of Apache Spark, and the architecture of Apache Spark. You will understand the various components of Apache Spark, such as Spark Core, Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, Spark MLlib, and Spark GraphX. You will look into a case study of Spark for OpenTable company. Finally, you will do a demo on linear regression and logistic regression using PySpark.