Data + AI  |  Vaibhav Nivargi  |  December 9, 2013

ClearStory and Databricks at the Spark Summit

To follow up on the success of the Spark Summit in San Francisco this past week, I wanted to share a great conversation I had with Reynold Xin who is one of the co-founders of Databricks and the main author behind Shark.

Here’s a discussion capturing highlights of our chat at the Summit, in which we discuss how we’re using Spark at ClearStory Data, Spark’s key architectural advantages, the founding of Databricks and where Spark might be headed in the future.

Stay tuned as we will be sharing more from this conversation with Reynold, as well as more details around how we’re using Spark and Shark at ClearStory Data.

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