In this talk, we present two emerging, popular open source projects: Spark and Shark. Spark is an open source cluster computing system that aims to make data analytics fast — both fast to run and fast to write. It outperform Hadoop by up to 100x in many real-world applications. Spark programs are often much shorter than their MapReduce counterparts thanks to its high-level APIs and language integration in Java, Scala, and Python. Shark is an analytic query engine built on top of Spark that is compatible with Hive. It can run Hive queries much faster in existing Hive warehouses without modifications.
These systems have been adopted by many organizations large and small (e.g. Yahoo, Intel, Adobe, Alibaba, Tencent) to implement data intensive applications such as ETL, interactive SQL, and machine learning.
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