Apache Ignite is a new hot trend in Bigdata. Open Source In-memory computing platform to process huge amount data on large scale data sets. Ignite provides high-performance, integrated and distributed in-memory platform to store and process data in-memory. In other words, an Accelerator layer to store and process data called Apache ignite.
Apache Spark Vs Apache Ignite
Please find difference between apache spark and ignite.
|Apache Spark||Apache Ignite|
|General purpose in-memory processing system.||An accelerator layer on top of databases/filesystems|
|High-performance distributed processing engine.||High-performance distributed database management system.|
|Simple words (Mapreduce + in memory)||BlinkDB + Alluxio|
|For OLAP (SQL friendly, programming friendly)||OLAP + OLTP (SQL friendly, programming friendly)|
|Spark temporary load data from local disk, store in RAM for processing. After processing it’s not store data on RAM (If catch data, it will store on ram)||Ignite will keep the data in its RAM even when it is not required for processing or when the processing is over|
|Its based on RDDs & Dataset||Its based on key-value store based|
|Use HDFS or other file system to store data||Its use its own file system called ignite file system to store.|
|Java-based system that runs on JVM||Scala-based system that runs on JVM|
|Spark 2.0 can run all the 99 TPC-DS queries, which require many of the SQL:2003 features||It provides full ANSI-99 SQL support.|
Future of Analytics everything is in-memory. Apache spark introduce in-memory concept, but ignite use it effectively to store and process.
Ignite Online Training Course Content:
- How Ignite working?
- Features, architecture
- Deep dive into DataGrid
- In-memory file system
- Integrate with other file system.
- Integrate with Hive & Hadoop
- Integrate with Spark
- Integrate with Cassandra
- Integrate with Kafka & Flink
- Streaming and complex event processing
- Process S3 data
- JDBC data processing
- JVM Heap tuning
- optimizing memory and Jobs
- Run sql queries on large datasets.
- How SQL queries works