In this fourth installment of Apache Spark article series, author Srini Penchikala discusses machine learning concepts and Spark MLlib library for running predictive analytics using a sample application.
Apache Spark 2.0 is almost upon us. If you have an account on Databricks’ cloud offering, you can get access to a technical preview today; for the rest of us, it may be a week or two, but by Spark Summit next month, I expect Apache Spark 2.0 to be...
As technology fits into our lives and onto our wrists, demands increase for intelligent and real-time mobile applications. These applications need to deliver information and services that are relevant and immediate.
This book contains the refereed proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Business Information Systems, BIS 2015, held in Poznań, Poland, in June 2015. The BIS conference series follows trends in academic and business research; thus, the theme of the BIS 2015 conference was “Making Big Data Smarter.” Big data is now a fairly mature concept, recognized and widely used by professionals in both research and industry. Together, they work on developing more adequate and efficient tools for data processing and analyzing, thus turning "big data" into "smart data."The 26 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 70 submissions. In addition, two invited papers are included in this book. They are grouped into sections on big and smart data, semantic technologies, content retrieval and filtering, business process management and mining, collaboration, enterprise architecture and business−IT alignment, specific BIS applications, and open data for BIS.
Erwin J. van Eijk's insight:
This book contains a piece of research done by the University of Leipzig in which they compare Apache Flink and Apache Spark.
TL;DR Flink is better for relational, Apache better for batch processing.
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