Apache Spark

Definition updated on November 2023

What is Apache Spark?

The greatest open-source community in big data supports Apache Spark, a super-fast open-source data-processing engine for machine learning and AI applications. An open-source data processing engine for massive data sets is called Apache Spark (Spark). In particular, streaming data, graph data, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) applications will benefit from its capacity to scale out and give the computing speed and programmability needed for Big Data. Apache Spark moves quickly. Additionally, calculation time is quite important when working with Big Data. RAM (in-memory) computing is used. Compared to Hadoop, it can process petabytes of data more quickly. It can address analytical and computational issues since it offers low latency in-memory data processing capabilities. It created libraries for machine learning and graph algorithms.

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