What is Apache Zeppelin?
A web-based notebook that enables interactive data analytics. You can make beautiful data-driven, interactive and collaborative documents with SQL, Scala and more.
Apache Zeppelin is a tool in the Data Science Notebooks category of a tech stack.
Apache Zeppelin is an open source tool with 5.8K GitHub stars and 2.7K GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Apache Zeppelin's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Apache Zeppelin?
31 companies reportedly use Apache Zeppelin in their tech stacks, including Hepsiburada, useinsider, and GittiGidiyor.
141 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Apache Zeppelin.
Apache Zeppelin Integrations
Python, PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, Cassandra, and Apache Spark are some of the popular tools that integrate with Apache Zeppelin. Here's a list of all 9 tools that integrate with Apache Zeppelin.
Pros of Apache Zeppelin
In-line code execution using paragraphs
Zeppelin context to exchange data between languages
Privacy configuration of the end users
Execution progress included
Allows to close browser and reopen for result later
Multi-user with kerberos
Apache Zeppelin Alternatives & Comparisons
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