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From cbowden <cbcweb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [Streaming][Structured Streaming] Understanding dynamic allocation in streaming jobs
Date Fri, 25 Aug 2017 02:01:24 GMT
You can leverage dynamic resource allocation with structured streaming.
Certainly there's an argument trivial jobs won't benefit. Certainly there's
an argument important jobs should have fixed resources for stable end to end
latency.

Few scenarios come to mind with benefits:
- I want my application to automatically leverage more resources if my
environment changes, eg. kafka topic partitions were increased at runtime
- I am not building a toy application and my driver is managing many
streaming queries with fair scheduling enabled where not every streaming
query has strict latency requirements
- My source's underlying rdd representing the dataframe provided by getbatch
is volatile, eg. #partitions batch to batch






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