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From Gil Vernik <>
Subject Re: Apache Spark and Swift object store
Date Sat, 14 Jun 2014 17:02:11 GMT
Hi Matthew,

Thanks for the information about Spark plugin for  Sahara.
I will send emails to Sahara and Swift mailing lists notifying them about 
this patch.

All the best,

From:   Matthew Farrellee <>
Date:   14/06/2014 06:53 PM
Subject:        Re: Apache Spark and Swift object store

On 06/08/2014 04:01 AM, Gil Vernik wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I would like to initiate discussion about integration Apache Spark and
> Openstack Swift.
> ( was created while ago)
> I created a patch ( that
> provides initial information how to connect Swift and Spark. Currently 
> uses Hadoop 2.3.0 and only stand alone mode of Spark. This patch is 
> used to provide community a way to experiment with this integration.
> I have it fully working on my private cluster and it works very well,
> allowing me to make various analytics using Spark.
> My next planned patches will include information how to configure Swift
> for other cluster deployment of Spark and also information how to
> integrate Spark and Swift with earlier versions of Hadoop.
> I am confident that the integration between Spark and Swift is very
> important future that will  benefit greatly for the exposure of Spark.
> The integration between Spark and Swift is very similar to how Spark
> integrates with S3.
> Will be great to hear comments / suggestions / remarks from the 
> All the best,
> Gil Vernik.


the sahara project within openstack is also taking on this effort.

there's currently a plugin to provision a spark cluster on openstack and 
folks on #openstack-sahara will be very interested to hear what you're 
working on.

the theory atm is that the work done to create the swift dfs plugin will 
easily integrate spark and swift, and it's great to see that your patch 
suggests this works in practice.



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