In the previous post, we discussed what SnapLogic’s Hadooplex can offer with Spark. Now let’s continue the conversation by seeing what Snaps are available to build Spark Pipelines.
The suite of Snaps available in the Spark mode enable us to ingest and land data from a Hadoop ecosystem and transform the data by leveraging the parallel operations such as map, filter, reduce or join on a Resilient Distributed Datasets (RDD), which is a fault-tolerant collection of elements that can be operated on in parallel.
There are various formats available for data storage in HDFS. These file formats support one or more compression formats that affect the size of data stored in the HDFS file system. The choice of file formats and compression depends on various factors like desired performance for read or write specific use case, desired compression level for storing the data. Continue reading “Ingestion, Transformation and Data Flow Snaps in Spark”
To connect your data, apps, API’s and Internet of Things (IOT) faster, unleash the power of Spark on SnapLogic’s Hadooplex.
Continue reading “Spark the Spark with Snaplogic’s Hadooplex”
Microsoft Azure HDInsight is an Apache Hadoop distribution powered by the cloud. Internally HDInsight leverages the Hortonworks data platform. HDInsight supports a large set of Apache big data projects like Spark, Hive, HBase, Storm, Tez, Sqoop, Oozie and many more. The suite of HDInsight projects can be administered via Apache Ambari.
This post lists out the steps involved in spinning up an HDInsight cluster, setting up SnapLogic’s Hadooplex on HDInsight, and building and executing a Spark data flow pipeline on HDInsight. We start with spinning up a HDInsight cluster from the MS Azure Portal. Continue reading “Executing Spark Pipelines on HDInsight”