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Spark Camp: An introduction to Apache Spark with hands-on tutorials

Anthony D. Joseph (UC Berkeley | Databricks)
9:00am–5:00pm Tuesday, 09/29/2015
Spark & Beyond
Location: 1 E19/ 1 E 20/ 1 E21 Level: Intermediate
Average rating: ***..
(3.32, 50 ratings)

Materials or downloads needed in advance

* laptop with wifi and browser, and reasonably current hardware (+2GB RAM) * MacOSX, Windows, Linux — all work fine * make sure you don’t have corporate security controls that prevent use of network

Description

Sponsored by:
databricks

Spark Camp, organized by the creators of the Apache Spark project at Databricks, will be a day-long hands-on introduction to the Spark platform, including Spark Core, Spark SQL, Spark Streaming, MLlib, GraphX, and more.

We will start with an overview of use cases and demonstrate writing simple Spark applications. We will cover each of the main components of the Spark stack via a series of technical talks targeted at developers who are new to Spark. Intermixed with the talks will be periods of hands-on lab work.

Everyone who participates will receive a free temporary account on Databricks Cloud, for limited free usage of Amazon AWS to run Spark clusters. We will use a cloud-based notebook for the exercises.

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Anthony D. Joseph

UC Berkeley | Databricks

Anthony D. Joseph is a Professor in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at UC Berkeley. He received his B.S., S.M., and Ph.D. Degrees in Computer Science from MIT. He joined the UC Berkeley faculty in 1998, where he is developing adaptive techniques for: cloud computing, network and computer security, and security defenses for machine learning-based decision systems. He also co-leads the DETERlab testbed, a secure scalable testbed for conducting cybersecurity research, and he is a Technical Advisor at Databricks.

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Brent Schneeman
09/29/2015 5:28am EDT

http://training.databricks.com/sparkcamp.zip seems to be the link

Abdul Khan
09/29/2015 3:49am EDT

Can give me link to download slides and materials?

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Anthony D. Joseph
09/29/2015 3:24am EDT

Please contact the Strata organizers with any questions about your registration for this tutorial.

Annapurna Manchella
09/28/2015 6:23pm EDT

Can I please attend this session for at least half day? Thank you very much, Ann.

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Glênio Borges
09/28/2015 7:37am EDT

Hi, is there any chance to attend to this session yet?

Abhishek Lall
09/27/2015 6:24pm EDT

Is there a link to the materials?

Balaji Sundaresan
09/27/2015 5:25am EDT

Do we need to download/install any other materials?

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Anthony D. Joseph
09/26/2015 5:16pm EDT

A tablet will not work. You will need to bring a laptop running Chrome, Safari, or Firefox. Internet Explorer is not supported.

Shivashanth Kasula
09/25/2015 1:09pm EDT

I have added this course to my schedule, however it shows as sold out. Please let me know if i am included in the list or in the waitlist. Thanks.

Kharla Abamont
09/25/2015 11:57am EDT

Will it work on a tablet?

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Anthony D. Joseph
09/25/2015 10:12am EDT

To participate in this tutorial, please bring a laptop with recent hardware and Chrome, Safari, or Firefox browser. IE is not a supported browser.

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Brent Schneeman
09/25/2015 6:23am EDT

I’d like to understand the trajectory of MLLib with respect to Mahout-Samsara

Bhaskar Gunda
09/19/2015 7:17am EDT

I have put this tutorial on my schedule while registering and now it shows as sold out. Am I guaranteed and in the list? Please confirm.

Thank you

Klessius Berlt
09/08/2015 6:41am EDT

Hi,

I have a MacBook Air (13-inch, Mid 2012), 4GB RAM, 1.8GHz dual-core Intel Core i5.
Is it ok for the tutorial or should I use another one with better specs?

Thank You.