Training – Hands-on – Spark Streaming – Brussels – December 1st


In this one-day Spark Streaming course you will learn setting up your very own Spark Streaming applications, and do real-time data processing and analytics. You will start with setting up the data ingestion from HDFS, Kafka, and even Twitter.

Next up you will learn about the benefits from using one integrated framework for both batch and streaming processing. You will combine streaming and historical data, in order to create valuable applications.

You will learn how fault-tolerance is built into Spark Streaming, and might even get a hint of how to combine it with the Spark MLlib machine learning library.

This training evelogont is organised in collaboraton with Oak3 ( The Oak3 Academy is an IT Learning Center providing hands-on, intensive training and coaching to help students develop the skills they need for a successful career as an Information Technology Professional or as a knowledge worker (end-user of software). Our goal is to provide the highest quality training and knowledge transfer that enables a person to start or enhance his or her career as an IT professional or knowledge worker, in a short period of time. We therefore offer knowledge assimilation, facilitate expertise transfer and provide a rewarding learning experience. Our training solutions are designed to help students learn faster, master the latest information technologies and perform smarter.

Prerequisites: Previous experience with programming for Apache Spark in Scala is required.

When: 1 December 2015 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (CET)

Where: European Data Innovation Hub – 23 Vorstlaan Watermaal-Bosvoorde, Brussel 1170

Registration: through Eventbrite

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