David thanks for detailed post! I've question about "When the Caché Spark connector is released, Spark-based applications will be able to make full use of Caché as an open analytics platform".
Did you have any details about plans from Intersystems to develop a "Caché Spark connector"? Links about that? Thanks!
I'll created a fork on github (https://github.com/andreas5588/zeppelin) for Apache Zeppelin. My plan is to create a Caché Interpreter (first JDBC based) to learn and unterstand the architecture of Zeppelin.After this it would be great to extend this Interpreter to allow to query the Caché Data via COS. For this I'll contact the "Caché Web Terminal" guys maybe they can help...All are very welcome support this open source Interpreter. So feel free to jump in and support this project by coding, idea, testing ... or what ever ;-)
Yes I've checked the sourcecode to see how a interpreter is done. It looks not like rocket science.. probably I've not completely understand the details, so I can say that ;-)
But! ... I have no idea which functionality would be helpful in an more advanced Caché interpreter. Can you give me a hint on what features do you think, please?It should be very easy to implement something like a simple code completion with Caché Keywords to use in a notebook. But at this time I think all is limited to the JDBC interface, and with that to SQL.Would be really great if we could use also COS to fetch data... !?
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