Downloads – IBM Packages for Apache Spark

Exploit the big data analytics capabilities of Apache Spark with this package for IBM platforms.

IBM® Packages for Apache Spark™ was an integrated, highly performant, and manageable Apache Spark runtime, tuned for solving analytics problems on IBM platforms. This combined package of IBM SDK, Java™ Technology Edition and Apache Spark, running on Linux, was withdrawn in January 2018, after various features of the product were contributed to the Apache Spark community. If you have questions about this change, you can post them on dW Answers (include the “ibmjdk” and “spark” tags).

IBM z/OS Platform

IBM® z/OS® Platform for Apache Spark is still available, and provides a fast, general purpose cluster computing platform for large-scale data processing, powered by the latest IBM SDK, Java ™ Technology Edition, Version 8. Go to IBM® Open Data Analytics for z/OS® to order our supported version. Documentation for this z/OS package is in IBM Knowledge Center.

Technical support

If you have questions, you can post them on dW Answers. Include the “ibmjdk” and “spark” tags to help us find your questions quickly.

The IBM Development Package for Apache Spark might be embedded in other IBM products. If you have a licence for one of these products that includes support you can also report problems by using the standard IBM product support process.

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Apache Spark, Spark, Apache, and the Spark logo are trademarks of The Apache Software Foundation. The IBM Development Package for Apache Spark is not formally related to or endorsed by the official Apache Spark open source project.

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