Data in all domains is getting bigger. How can you work with it efficiently? Recently updated for Spark 1.3, this book introduces Apache Spark, the open source cluster computing system that makes data analytics fast to write and fast to run. With Spark, you can tackle big datasets quickly through simple APIs in Python, Java, and Scala. This edition includes new information on Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, setup, and Maven coordinates. Written by the developers of Spark, this book will have data scientists and engineers up and running in no time. You’ll learn how to express parallel jobs with just a few lines of code, and cover applications from simple batch jobs to stream processing and machine learning. Quickly dive into Spark capabilities such as distributed datasets, in-memory caching, and the interactive shell Leverage Spark’s powerful built-in libraries, including Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, and MLlib Use one programming paradigm instead of mixing and matching tools like Hive, Hadoop, Mahout, and Storm Learn how to deploy interactive, batch, and streaming applications Connect to data sources including HDFS, Hive, JSON, and S3 Master advanced topics like data partitioning and shared variables
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Data is getting bigger, arriving faster, and coming in varied formats--and it all needs to be processed at scale for analytics or machine learning. How can you process such varied data workloads efficiently? Enter Apache Spark. Updated to emphasize new features in Spark 2.x., this second edition shows data engineers and scientists why structure and unification in Spark matters. Specifically, this book explains how to perform simple and complex data analytics and employ machine-learning algorithms. Through discourse, code snippets, and notebooks, you'll be able to: Learn Python, SQL, Scala, or Java high-level APIs: DataFrames and Datasets Peek under the hood of the Spark SQL engine to understand Spark transformations and performance Inspect, tune, and debug your Spark operations with Spark configurations and Spark UI Connect to data sources: JSON, Parquet, CSV, Avro, ORC, Hive, S3, or Kafka Perform analytics on batch and streaming data using Structured Streaming Build reliable data pipelines with open source Delta Lake and Spark Develop machine learning pipelines with MLlib and productionize models using MLflow Use open source Pandas framework Koalas and Spark for data transformation and feature engineering
Unleash the data processing and analytics capability of Apache Spark with the language of choice: Java About This Book Perform big data processing with Spark—without having to learn Scala! Use the Spark Java API to implement efficient enterprise-grade applications for data processing and analytics Go beyond mainstream data processing by adding querying capability, Machine Learning, and graph processing using Spark Who This Book Is For If you are a Java developer interested in learning to use the popular Apache Spark framework, this book is the resource you need to get started. Apache Spark developers who are looking to build enterprise-grade applications in Java will also find this book very useful. What You Will Learn Process data using different file formats such as XML, JSON, CSV, and plain and delimited text, using the Spark core Library. Perform analytics on data from various data sources such as Kafka, and Flume using Spark Streaming Library Learn SQL schema creation and the analysis of structured data using various SQL functions including Windowing functions in the Spark SQL Library Explore Spark Mlib APIs while implementing Machine Learning techniques to solve real-world problems Get to know Spark GraphX so you understand various graph-based analytics that can be performed with Spark In Detail Apache Spark is the buzzword in the big data industry right now, especially with the increasing need for real-time streaming and data processing. While Spark is built on Scala, the Spark Java API exposes all the Spark features available in the Scala version for Java developers. This book will show you how you can implement various functionalities of the Apache Spark framework in Java, without stepping out of your comfort zone. The book starts with an introduction to the Apache Spark 2.x ecosystem, followed by explaining how to install and configure Spark, and refreshes the Java concepts that will be useful to you when consuming Apache Spark's APIs. You will explore RDD and its associated common Action and Transformation Java APIs, set up a production-like clustered environment, and work with Spark SQL. Moving on, you will perform near-real-time processing with Spark streaming, Machine Learning analytics with Spark MLlib, and graph processing with GraphX, all using various Java packages. By the end of the book, you will have a solid foundation in implementing components in the Spark framework in Java to build fast, real-time applications. Style and approach This practical guide teaches readers the fundamentals of the Apache Spark framework and how to implement components using the Java language. It is a unique blend of theory and practical examples, and is written in a way that will gradually build your knowledge of Apache Spark.
Combine advanced analytics including Machine Learning, Deep Learning Neural Networks and Natural Language Processing with modern scalable technologies including Apache Spark to derive actionable insights from Big Data in real-time Key Features Make a hands-on start in the fields of Big Data, Distributed Technologies and Machine Learning Learn how to design, develop and interpret the results of common Machine Learning algorithms Uncover hidden patterns in your data in order to derive real actionable insights and business value Book Description Every person and every organization in the world manages data, whether they realize it or not. Data is used to describe the world around us and can be used for almost any purpose, from analyzing consumer habits to fighting disease and serious organized crime. Ultimately, we manage data in order to derive value from it, and many organizations around the world have traditionally invested in technology to help process their data faster and more efficiently. But we now live in an interconnected world driven by mass data creation and consumption where data is no longer rows and columns restricted to a spreadsheet, but an organic and evolving asset in its own right. With this realization comes major challenges for organizations: how do we manage the sheer size of data being created every second (think not only spreadsheets and databases, but also social media posts, images, videos, music, blogs and so on)? And once we can manage all of this data, how do we derive real value from it? The focus of Machine Learning with Apache Spark is to help us answer these questions in a hands-on manner. We introduce the latest scalable technologies to help us manage and process big data. We then introduce advanced analytical algorithms applied to real-world use cases in order to uncover patterns, derive actionable insights, and learn from this big data. What you will learn Understand how Spark fits in the context of the big data ecosystem Understand how to deploy and configure a local development environment using Apache Spark Understand how to design supervised and unsupervised learning models Build models to perform NLP, deep learning, and cognitive services using Spark ML libraries Design real-time machine learning pipelines in Apache Spark Become familiar with advanced techniques for processing a large volume of data by applying machine learning algorithms Who this book is for This book is aimed at Business Analysts, Data Analysts and Data Scientists who wish to make a hands-on start in order to take advantage of modern Big Data technologies combined with Advanced Analytics.
Design, implement, and deliver successful streaming applications, machine learning pipelines and graph applications using Spark SQL API About This Book Learn about the design and implementation of streaming applications, machine learning pipelines, deep learning, and large-scale graph processing applications using Spark SQL APIs and Scala. Learn data exploration, data munging, and how to process structured and semi-structured data using real-world datasets and gain hands-on exposure to the issues and challenges of working with noisy and "dirty" real-world data. Understand design considerations for scalability and performance in web-scale Spark application architectures. Who This Book Is For If you are a developer, engineer, or an architect and want to learn how to use Apache Spark in a web-scale project, then this is the book for you. It is assumed that you have prior knowledge of SQL querying. A basic programming knowledge with Scala, Java, R, or Python is all you need to get started with this book. What You Will Learn Familiarize yourself with Spark SQL programming, including working with DataFrame/Dataset API and SQL Perform a series of hands-on exercises with different types of data sources, including CSV, JSON, Avro, MySQL, and MongoDB Perform data quality checks, data visualization, and basic statistical analysis tasks Perform data munging tasks on publically available datasets Learn how to use Spark SQL and Apache Kafka to build streaming applications Learn key performance-tuning tips and tricks in Spark SQL applications Learn key architectural components and patterns in large-scale Spark SQL applications In Detail In the past year, Apache Spark has been increasingly adopted for the development of distributed applications. Spark SQL APIs provide an optimized interface that helps developers build such applications quickly and easily. However, designing web-scale production applications using Spark SQL APIs can be a complex task. Hence, understanding the design and implementation best practices before you start your project will help you avoid these problems. This book gives an insight into the engineering practices used to design and build real-world, Spark-based applications. The book's hands-on examples will give you the required confidence to work on any future projects you encounter in Spark SQL. It starts by familiarizing you with data exploration and data munging tasks using Spark SQL and Scala. Extensive code examples will help you understand the methods used to implement typical use-cases for various types of applications. You will get a walkthrough of the key concepts and terms that are common to streaming, machine learning, and graph applications. You will also learn key performance-tuning details including Cost Based Optimization (Spark 2.2) in Spark SQL applications. Finally, you will move on to learning how such systems are architected and deployed for a successful delivery of your project. Style and approach This book is a hands-on guide to designing, building, and deploying Spark SQL-centric production applications at scale.
Learning SPARK Analytics With Spark Framework This book is an exploration of the Spark framework. The book begins by explaining what Spark is, including the people behind its development, as well as when it was developed. You will also learn where the framework is used. The Spark shell is very important when it comes to performing some computations with the framework. This has been explored in detail, and you will be taught how to use it for the purpose of performing an interactive analysis. Batch processing, which is very essential has also been discussed, with no detail being left out. The book will also guide you on how to use Spark on EC2. Most of the computations which can be performed under this scenario have been explored, and you will learn how to perform them. The GCE for Google and Spark have also been explored in detail. You will learn how to set up this and then perform the necessary computations. The stand-alone cluster for Spark is discussed in detail. The process of streaming in Spark is also been explained. You will be in a position to use Spark for creating streaming programs in the various programming languages. Here is a preview of what you'll learn: Definition Spark Shell for Interactive Analysis Batch Processing in Spark Spark on EC2 Spark on GCE Spark and Stand-Alone Clusters Streaming in Spark Download your copy of " Learning SPARK " by scrolling up and clicking "Buy Now With 1-Click" button.
Develop a range of cutting-edge machine learning projects with Apache Spark using this actionable guide About This Book Customize Apache Spark and R to fit your analytical needs in customer research, fraud detection, risk analytics, and recommendation engine development Develop a set of practical Machine Learning applications that can be implemented in real-life projects A comprehensive, project-based guide to improve and refine your predictive models for practical implementation Who This Book Is For If you are a data scientist, a data analyst, or an R and SPSS user with a good understanding of machine learning concepts, algorithms, and techniques, then this is the book for you. Some basic understanding of Spark and its core elements and application is required. What You Will Learn Set up Apache Spark for machine learning and discover its impressive processing power Combine Spark and R to unlock detailed business insights essential for decision making Build machine learning systems with Spark that can detect fraud and analyze financial risks Build predictive models focusing on customer scoring and service ranking Build a recommendation systems using SPSS on Apache Spark Tackle parallel computing and find out how it can support your machine learning projects Turn open data and communication data into actionable insights by making use of various forms of machine learning In Detail There's a reason why Apache Spark has become one of the most popular tools in Machine Learning – its ability to handle huge datasets at an impressive speed means you can be much more responsive to the data at your disposal. This book shows you Spark at its very best, demonstrating how to connect it with R and unlock maximum value not only from the tool but also from your data. Packed with a range of project "blueprints" that demonstrate some of the most interesting challenges that Spark can help you tackle, you'll find out how to use Spark notebooks and access, clean, and join different datasets before putting your knowledge into practice with some real-world projects, in which you will see how Spark Machine Learning can help you with everything from fraud detection to analyzing customer attrition. You'll also find out how to build a recommendation engine using Spark's parallel computing powers. Style and approach This book offers a step-by-step approach to setting up Apache Spark, and use other analytical tools with it to process Big Data and build machine learning projects.The initial chapters focus more on the theory aspect of machine learning with Spark, while each of the later chapters focuses on building standalone projects using Spark.
Simplify machine learning model implementations with Spark About This Book Solve the day-to-day problems of data science with Spark This unique cookbook consists of exciting and intuitive numerical recipes Optimize your work by acquiring, cleaning, analyzing, predicting, and visualizing your data Who This Book Is For This book is for Scala developers with a fairly good exposure to and understanding of machine learning techniques, but lack practical implementations with Spark. A solid knowledge of machine learning algorithms is assumed, as well as hands-on experience of implementing ML algorithms with Scala. However, you do not need to be acquainted with the Spark ML libraries and ecosystem. What You Will Learn Get to know how Scala and Spark go hand-in-hand for developers when developing ML systems with Spark Build a recommendation engine that scales with Spark Find out how to build unsupervised clustering systems to classify data in Spark Build machine learning systems with the Decision Tree and Ensemble models in Spark Deal with the curse of high-dimensionality in big data using Spark Implement Text analytics for Search Engines in Spark Streaming Machine Learning System implementation using Spark In Detail Machine learning aims to extract knowledge from data, relying on fundamental concepts in computer science, statistics, probability, and optimization. Learning about algorithms enables a wide range of applications, from everyday tasks such as product recommendations and spam filtering to cutting edge applications such as self-driving cars and personalized medicine. You will gain hands-on experience of applying these principles using Apache Spark, a resilient cluster computing system well suited for large-scale machine learning tasks. This book begins with a quick overview of setting up the necessary IDEs to facilitate the execution of code examples that will be covered in various chapters. It also highlights some key issues developers face while working with machine learning algorithms on the Spark platform. We progress by uncovering the various Spark APIs and the implementation of ML algorithms with developing classification systems, recommendation engines, text analytics, clustering, and learning systems. Toward the final chapters, we'll focus on building high-end applications and explain various unsupervised methodologies and challenges to tackle when implementing with big data ML systems. Style and approach This book is packed with intuitive recipes supported with line-by-line explanations to help you understand how to optimize your work flow and resolve problems when working with complex data modeling tasks and predictive algorithms. This is a valuable resource for data scientists and those working on large scale data projects.
Data is getting bigger, arriving faster, and coming in varied formats-and it all needs to be processed at scale for analytics or machine learning. How can you process such varied data workloads efficiently? Enter Apache Spark. Updated to emphasize new features in Spark 2.x., this second edition shows data engineers and scientists why structure and unification in Spark matters. Specifically, this book explains how to perform simple and complex data analytics and employ machine-learning algorithms. Through discourse, code snippets, and notebooks, you'll be able to: Learn Python, SQL, Scala, or Java high-level APIs: DataFrames and Datasets Peek under the hood of the Spark SQL engine to understand Spark transformations and performance Inspect, tune, and debug your Spark operations with Spark configurations and Spark UI Connect to data sources: JSON, Parquet, CSV, Avro, ORC, Hive, S3, or Kafka Perform analytics on batch and streaming data using Structured Streaming Build reliable data pipelines with open source Delta Lake and Spark Develop machine learning pipelines with MLlib and productionize models using MLflow Use open source Pandas framework Koalas and Spark for data transformation and feature engineering.
Develop applications for the big data landscape with Spark and Hadoop. This book also explains the role of Spark in developing scalable machine learning and analytics applications with Cloud technologies. Beginning Apache Spark 2 gives you an introduction to Apache Spark and shows you how to work with it. Along the way, you’ll discover resilient distributed datasets (RDDs); use Spark SQL for structured data; and learn stream processing and build real-time applications with Spark Structured Streaming. Furthermore, you’ll learn the fundamentals of Spark ML for machine learning and much more. After you read this book, you will have the fundamentals to become proficient in using Apache Spark and know when and how to apply it to your big data applications. What You Will Learn Understand Spark unified data processing platform How to run Spark in Spark Shell or Databricks Use and manipulate RDDs Deal with structured data using Spark SQL through its operations and advanced functions Build real-time applications using Spark Structured Streaming Develop intelligent applications with the Spark Machine Learning library Who This Book Is For Programmers and developers active in big data, Hadoop, and Java but who are new to the Apache Spark platform.