This post aims to show how to build an on-premise Mesos architecture to handle a disaster scenario when an entire Data Center is not available, covering also some framework strategies for zero data loss.
Stratio has created a new user interface that allows you to work without writing a single line of code, which means that no programming skills are needed nor to use advanced technologies such as Spark, Scala, HDFS, or Elasticsearch. Developers, Architects, BI engineers, data scientists, business users and IT administrators can create data analytics applications in minutes with a powerful Spark Visual Editor. Welcome to Sparta 2.0, a brand-new version of Sparta born with the forthcoming release of the Stratio Data Centric Platform.
A follow-up to this post will be held at the Spark Summit East in Boston in February. Find out more.
Amongst all the Big Data technology madness, security seems to be an afterthought at best. When one talks about Big Data technologies and security, they are usually referring to the integration of these technologies with Kerberos. It’s true however that this trend seems to be changing for the better and we now have a few security options for these technologies, like TLS. Against this backdrop, we would like to take a look at the interaction between the most popular large-scale data processing technology, Apache Spark, and the most popular authentication framework, MIT’s Kerberos.