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Apache Spark10.0 10.0 Reactive-kafka VS Apache SparkApache Spark - A unified analytics engine for large-scale data processing
Kafka10.0 9.9 L2 Reactive-kafka VS KafkaMirror of Apache Kafka
Flink9.9 9.9 L2 Reactive-kafka VS FlinkApache Flink
Deeplearning4J9.9 7.6 L1 Reactive-kafka VS Deeplearning4JSuite of tools for deploying and training deep learning models using the JVM. Highlights include model import for keras, tensorflow, and onnx/pytorch, a modular and tiny c++ library for running math code and a java based math library on top of the core c++ library. Also includes samediff: a pytorch/tensorflow like library for running deep learning using automatic differentiation.
Scalding9.6 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS ScaldingA Scala API for Cascading
Summingbird9.3 1.7 Reactive-kafka VS SummingbirdStreaming MapReduce with Scalding and Storm
Scio9.3 9.6 Reactive-kafka VS ScioA Scala API for Apache Beam and Google Cloud Dataflow.
Jupyter Scala8.7 7.8 Reactive-kafka VS Jupyter ScalaA Scala kernel for Jupyter
Hail8.3 9.7 Reactive-kafka VS HailCloud-native genomic dataframes and batch computing
BIDMach8.3 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS BIDMachCPU and GPU-accelerated Machine Learning Library
Sparkta8.1 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS SparktaReal Time Analytics and Data Pipelines based on Spark Streaming
Gearpump8.1 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS GearpumpLightweight real-time big data streaming engine over Akka
Vegas7.5 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS VegasThe missing MatPlotLib for Scala + Spark
metorikku7.3 5.8 Reactive-kafka VS metorikkuA simplified, lightweight ETL Framework based on Apache Spark
Scoobi6.9 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS ScoobiA Scala productivity framework for Hadoop.
Scrunch5.1 1.4 L3 Reactive-kafka VS ScrunchMirror of Apache Crunch (Incubating)
Scoozie4.7 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS ScoozieScala DSL on top of Oozie XML
spark-deployer3.4 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS spark-deployerDeploy Spark cluster in an easy way.
Schemer3.4 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS SchemerSchema registry for CSV, TSV, JSON, AVRO and Parquet schema. Supports schema inference and GraphQL API.
raster-frames2.1 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS raster-framesSpark DataFrames for earth observation data
GridScale2.1 6.7 Reactive-kafka VS GridScaleScala library for accessing various file, batch systems, job schedulers and grid middlewares.
Spark Utils2.1 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS Spark UtilsBasic framework utilities to quickly start writing production ready Apache Spark applications
Sparkplug1.9 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS SparkplugSpark package to "plug" holes in data using SQL based rules ⚡️ 🔌
Shadoop1.3 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS ShadoopA wrapper for Hadoop in Scala
Spark Tools1.1 0.0 Reactive-kafka VS Spark ToolsExecutable Apache Spark Tools: Format Converter & SQL Processor
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