Hortonworks is unleashing the power of Apache™ Spark for enterprise scale, unifying the capabilities of open enterprise Apache Hadoop® and the in-memory analytic capabilities of Apache Spark to maximize organizational value.
Spark is Better as Part of the Platform Spark is certified as YARN-ready and is part of Hortonworks Data Platform. Memory and CPU-intensive Spark-based applications can coexist with other workloads deployed in a YARN-enabled cluster. Spark has first class support for external data sources, it can run directly on the cluster in YARN, and that is where enterprises want to perform their data analysis. This approach avoids the need to create and manage dedicated Spark clusters and allows for more efficient resource use within a single cluster.
Spark Requires Enterprise-Grade Security and Governance As part of the HDP platform, Spark has access to the same governance, security and management policies as other components of the HDP stack. Spark is one the fastest moving projects in the Big Data ecosystem and its libraries remain at different levels of maturity. Hortonworks investigate, validate, certify and then support each of the components in the Spark project. This approach is key to the way we add value for our customers.
Notebooks Makes Spark and Data Science Easier to Consume & Share Web-based notebooks bring data ingestion, exploration, visualization, sharing and collaboration capabilities to Hadoop and Spark. Hortonworks is making a substantial investment in Apache Zeppelin and we plan to make Zeppelin ready for production use by adding security, stability, R support and easy to use.
By delivering a unified Apache Spark and Hadoop, we combine Spark-driven Agile Analytic workflows with the vast-data set and economics of Hadoop. With Hortonworks, enterprises can deploy Apache Spark with the industry’s best security, governance, and operations capabilities.
WHAT IS HORTONWORKS' FOCUS ON SPARK?
With the release of Spark 1.6, Hortonworks commits to helping customers accelerate data science, maintain seamless data access, drive innovation at the core.
Spark as part of open enterprise Hadoop, empowers organizations to scale Spark, for enterprise value.
Data Science Acceleration
Improving data science productivity by enhancing Apache Zeppelin and by contributing additional Spark algorithms and packages to ease the development of key solutions.
For example: Project Magellan - Geospatial analytics in Apache Spark, an open source library for geospatial analytics that facilitates geospatial queries and builds upon Spark to solve hard problems dealing with geospatial data at scale.
Seamless Data Access
Spark SQL provides a SQL and Data Frame APIs to access structured data while Spark Streaming enables developers to easily build scalable, high-throughput, fault-tolerant stream processing of live data streams.
Hortonworks has been improving Spark’s integration with YARN, HDFS, Hive, HBase and ORC. Specifically, we believe that we can further optimize data access via the new Data Source API.
Innovate at the Core
Enable RDD sharing with the HDFS Memory Tier
Contribute additional machine learning algorithms
Enhance Spark’s enterprise security, governance, operations, and readiness
To learn more about all the exciting Spark innovation,
Listen to our recent webinar - Spark at Scale with Hadoop
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