Join us and 2,500 other engineers, scientists, and business professionals at Spark Summit 2016 to learn the latest trends for Apache Spark.
Experts are flocking to the 90 session event June 6-9 to learn the latest on Structured Spark, Spark Streaming and related projects. You can also catch a glimpse into the future of Apache Spark, and discover best practices in using the Spark stack in a variety of applications. Don’t forget to visit our booth to maximize your Spark data connectivity.
Apache Spark is a powerful, open-source processing engine built for maximum speed that was developed at UC Berkley in 2009. It was built with the key attributes of speed, ease of use and top-notch analytics. Since its release, Spark has seen rapid adoption by enterprises across a wide range of industries.
If you catch us at our booth, we'll be doing demos that show how easily our proven Spark connectors give you direct connectivity to all your external data sources. Our connectors give you a versatile, reliable and robust solution that can handle the volume and velocity of your data easily. They can gain time and value while still retaining data integrity, and they are certified by the most robust connectivity test suite in the industry.
If you want industry standard SSL and Kerberos authentication fully supported, guaranteed Spark SQL-Application compatibility and performance gains without additional code or tools download a free trial of any of our connectors today! We hope to see you at Spark Summit as well!
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