Learning Spark Structured Streaming

Jules Damji has a nice compendium of links and additional resources for people wanting to learn more about Apache Spark’s Structured Streaming:

Structured Streaming In Apache Spark: A new high-level API for streaming

Databricks’ engineers and Apache Spark committers Matei Zaharia, Tathagata Das, Michael Armbrust and Reynold Xin expound on why streaming applications are difficult to write, and how Structured Streaming addresses all the underlying complexities.

There’s quite a bit of reading material on the other side.

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