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Introduction

Finally, we get to put all this together! This is less of a tutorial, and more of a show case of the capabilities of this solution. Please refere to previous articles to build this on your own.

The meat of this article is showcasing the React/NodeJS application you can build to communicate with Nifi, Cloudbreak and your ephemeral cluster running Zeppelin and Spark.

Architecture

Below is a high-level architecture of the solution:

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You can find all the code for this here: https://github.com/paulvid/bmq-app

The code includes:

  • Latest Zeppelin Prediction Notebook
  • All Nifi templates
  • All Blueprints/Recipes for Cloudbreak
  • The source code of the app

Agenda

This article is divided in the following sections:

  • Section 1: Monitoring your current data with Nifi
  • Section 2: Launching an ephemeral cluster with Cloudbreak
  • Section 3: Running a prediction model with Spark Zeppelin

Section 1: Monitoring your current data with Nifi

Section 2: Launching an ephemeral cluster with Cloudbreak

Section 3: Running a prediction model with Spark Zeppelin

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