Use Spark Structured Streaming with Apache Spark and Kafka on HDInsight

Última atualização: 19/09/2017
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This example contains two Jupyter notebooks that demonstrate the following operations:

  • Stream-Tweets-To-Kafka.ipynb: Loads tweets from Twitter into a Kafka database.
  • Spark-structured-streaming-from-Kafka.ipynb: Uses Structured Streaming to load tweets stored in Kafka.

Note: This example requires Spark 2.1, which is available in HDInsight 3.6. The Spark and Kafka clusters must also be in the same Azure Virtual Network. To create a resource group containing all the services needed for this example, use the resource manager template in the Use Spark Structured Streaming with Kafka document.

Stream-Tweets-To-Kafka

This notebook uses DStream, and it only exists as a convenient way to get tweets into Kafka.

Spark-structured-streaming-from-Kafka

This notebook uses Structured Streaming to load tweets from Kafka and apply a schema onto the JSON data structure. This allows you to select individual fields from the data.

Contributing

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