Learn how to integrate full-stack open source big data architecture and to choose the correct technology—Scala/Spark, Mesos, Akka, Cassandra, and Kafka—in every layer. Big data architecture is becoming a requirement for many different enterprises. So far, however, the focus has largely been on collecting, aggregating, and crunching large data sets in a timely manner. In many cases now, organizations need more than one paradigm to perform efficient analyses. Big Data SMACK explains each of the full-stack technologies and, more importantly, how to best integrate them. It provides detailed coverage of the practical benefits of these technologies and incorporates real-world examples in every situation. This book focuses on the problems and scenarios solved by the architecture, as well as the solutions provided by every technology. It covers the six main concepts of big data architecture and how integrate, replace, and reinforce every layer: The language: Scala The engine: Spark (SQL, MLib, Streaming, GraphX) The container: Mesos, Docker The view: Akka The storage: Cassandra The message broker: Kafka What You Will Learn: Make big data architecture without using complex Greek letter architectures Build a cheap but effective cluster infrastructure Make queries, reports, and graphs that business demands Manage and exploit unstructured and No-SQL data sources Use tools to monitor the performance of your architecture Integrate all technologies and decide which ones replace and which ones reinforce Who This Book Is For: Developers, data architects, and data scientists looking to integrate the most successful big data open stack architecture and to choose the correct technology in every layer
Combine the incredible powers of Spark, Mesos, Akka, Cassandra, and Kafka to build data processing platforms that can take on even the hardest of your data troubles! About This Book This highly practical guide shows you how to use the best of the big data technologies to solve your response-critical problems Learn the art of making cheap-yet-effective big data architecture without using complex Greek-letter architectures Use this easy-to-follow guide to build fast data processing systems for your organization Who This Book Is For If you are a developer, data architect, or a data scientist looking for information on how to integrate the Big Data stack architecture and how to choose the correct technology in every layer, this book is what you are looking for. What You Will Learn Design and implement a fast data Pipeline architecture Think and solve programming challenges in a functional way with Scala Learn to use Akka, the actors model implementation for the JVM Make on memory processing and data analysis with Spark to solve modern business demands Build a powerful and effective cluster infrastructure with Mesos and Docker Manage and consume unstructured and No-SQL data sources with Cassandra Consume and produce messages in a massive way with Kafka In Detail SMACK is an open source full stack for big data architecture. It is a combination of Spark, Mesos, Akka, Cassandra, and Kafka. This stack is the newest technique developers have begun to use to tackle critical real-time analytics for big data. This highly practical guide will teach you how to integrate these technologies to create a highly efficient data analysis system for fast data processing. We'll start off with an introduction to SMACK and show you when to use it. First you'll get to grips with functional thinking and problem solving using Scala. Next you'll come to understand the Akka architecture. Then you'll get to know how to improve the data structure architecture and optimize resources using Apache Spark. Moving forward, you'll learn how to perform linear scalability in databases with Apache Cassandra. You'll grasp the high throughput distributed messaging systems using Apache Kafka. We'll show you how to build a cheap but effective cluster infrastructure with Apache Mesos. Finally, you will deep dive into the different aspect of SMACK using a few case studies. By the end of the book, you will be able to integrate all the components of the SMACK stack and use them together to achieve highly effective and fast data processing. Style and approach With the help of various industry examples, you will learn about the full stack of big data architecture, taking the important aspects in every technology. You will learn how to integrate the technologies to build effective systems rather than getting incomplete information on single technologies. You will learn how various open source technologies can be used to build cheap and fast data processing systems with the help of various industry examples
This proceedings book gathers papers presented at the 4th International Conference on Advanced Engineering Theory and Applications 2017 (AETA 2017), held on 7–9 December 2017 at Ton Duc Thang University, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It presents selected papers on 13 topical areas, including robotics, control systems, telecommunications, computer science and more. All selected papers represent interesting ideas and collectively provide a state-of-the-art overview. Readers will find intriguing papers on the design and implementation of control algorithms for aerial and underwater robots, for mechanical systems, efficient protocols for vehicular ad hoc networks, motor control, image and signal processing, energy saving, optimization methods in various fields of electrical engineering, and others. The book also offers a valuable resource for practitioners who want to apply the content discussed to solve real-life problems in their challenging applications. It also addresses common and related subjects in modern electric, electronic and related technologies. As such, it will benefit all scientists and engineers working in the above-mentioned fields of application.
See a Mesos-based big data stack created and the components used. You will use currently available Apache full and incubating systems. The components are introduced by example and you learn how they work together. In the Complete Guide to Open Source Big Data Stack, the author begins by creating a private cloud and then installs and examines Apache Brooklyn. After that, he uses each chapter to introduce one piece of the big data stack—sharing how to source the software and how to install it. You learn by simple example, step by step and chapter by chapter, as a real big data stack is created. The book concentrates on Apache-based systems and shares detailed examples of cloud storage, release management, resource management, processing, queuing, frameworks, data visualization, and more. What You’ll Learn Install a private cloud onto the local cluster using Apache cloud stack Source, install, and configure Apache: Brooklyn, Mesos, Kafka, and Zeppelin See how Brooklyn can be used to install Mule ESB on a cluster and Cassandra in the cloud Install and use DCOS for big data processing Use Apache Spark for big data stack data processing Who This Book Is For Developers, architects, IT project managers, database administrators, and others charged with developing or supporting a big data system. It is also for anyone interested in Hadoop or big data, and those experiencing problems with data size.
The digital age has presented an exponential growth in the amount of data available to individuals looking to draw conclusions based on given or collected information across industries. Challenges associated with the analysis, security, sharing, storage, and visualization of large and complex data sets continue to plague data scientists and analysts alike as traditional data processing applications struggle to adequately manage big data. The Handbook of Research on Big Data Storage and Visualization Techniques is a critical scholarly resource that explores big data analytics and technologies and their role in developing a broad understanding of issues pertaining to the use of big data in multidisciplinary fields. Featuring coverage on a broad range of topics, such as architecture patterns, programing systems, and computational energy, this publication is geared towards professionals, researchers, and students seeking current research and application topics on the subject.