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BigData: A Case Study of Spark Mllib and Hive

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 9)

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Page : 865-868

Keywords : BigData; SparkMllib; Collaborative Filtering; Hadoop; Spark; Apache; Hive; Amazon aws; HDFS;

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The extent to which data is generated has shown a tremendous increase in the past decade because of social networks, sensornetworks, geographicinformationsystems, Financial Institutions, Supply chains. The storage capacity of computers have increased to stay competitive, but a big problem is that the access speeds of the disk has not improved to that extent to be at par with disk space improvement. Big Data comes to the rescue with a framework to analyse massive amounts of data in a distributed environment which is both horizontally and vertically scalable. Data sets with trillions of rows can be analysed very fast to provide valuable insights from data. Cloud service providers such as amazon, Alibaba Cloud have made available robust infrastructure for Big Data. We study Apache Hive, Spark Mllib in profiling a Stack Overflow Dataset and Collaborative Filtering algorithm in Spark Mllib for movie recommendations.

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