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The How and Why of Fast Data Analytics with Spark

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The How and Why of Fast Data Analytics with Spark

With Justin Pihony

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Is your big data pipeline bloated and ready for an upgrade? By now you’ve probably heard the praise surrounding Apache Spark and are wondering if it’s exactly what you’re looking for. In this webinar, you’ll get an overview of what Spark is and gain an understanding of why it is indeed the right tool to improve your pipeline.

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