What is Spark Core?

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Is Spark Core the main processing unit like a CPU to the computer? Please explain
Mar 8 in Apache Spark by Ritu
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It is not like a CPU to the computer but it is similar. SparkCore is the heart of Apache Spark. It handles important functions such as fault-tolerance, memory management, job scheduling, storage system interaction etc. The SparkCore functionality can easily be accessed with the help of available Scala, Java, And Python APIs.

answered Mar 8 by Raj

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