Apache Bahir Reviews & Product Details


What is Apache Bahir?

Apache Bahir provides extensions to multiple distributed analytic platforms, extending their reach with a diversity of streaming connectors and SQL data sources.

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"Curate extensions and plugins with ease!"

What do you like best?

As an offshoot of Apache Spark, it continues the standard of excellence. Lightweight, intuitive, and robust, this toolkit accomplishes so much

What do you dislike?

Don't really have any dislikes with this package, really loved using it in my previous employment

Recommendations to others considering the product:

Honestly, just give it a go. I never got too fluent in its capabilities as I'm not actually an IT professional. If you know anything about Apache Spark you'll be just fine

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

Tackles the complex issues of analytics across various platforms, bringing in a unified vision for businesses and organizations

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Apache Bahir User Ratings

10.0
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Average: 8.2*
10.0
Quality of Support
Average: 8.2*
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