Analyzing data using Spark

Spark is the default mode when you start an analytics node in a packaged installation.

About Spark

Information about Spark architecture and capabilities.

Using Spark with DataStax Enterprise

DataStax Enterprise integrates with Apache Spark to allow distributed analytic applications to run using database data.

Configuring Spark

Configuring Spark includes setting Spark properties for DataStax Enterprise and the database, enabling Spark apps, and setting permissions.

Using Spark modules with DataStax Enterprise

Spark Streaming, Spark SQL, and MLlib are modules that extend the capabilities of Spark.

Using AlwaysOn SQL service

AlwaysOn SQL is a high availability service that responds to SQL queries from JDBC and ODBC applications.

Accessing DataStax Enterprise data from external Spark clusters

Information on accessing data in DataStax Enterprise clusters from external Spark clusters, or Bring Your Own Spark (BYOS).

Using the Spark Jobserver

DSE includes Spark Jobserver, a REST interface for submitting and managing Spark jobs.

DSE Spark Connector API documentation

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