Flink interpreter for Apache Zeppelin

Apache Flink is an open source platform for distributed stream and batch data processing.

How to start local Flink cluster, to test the interpreter

Zeppelin comes with pre-configured flink-local interpreter, which starts Flink in a local mode on your machine, so you do not need to install anything.

How to configure interpreter to point to Flink cluster

At the "Interpreters" menu, you have to create a new Flink interpreter and provide next properties:

property value Description
host local host name of running JobManager. 'local' runs flink in local mode (default)
port 6123 port of running JobManager
xxx yyy anything else from [Flink Configuration](https://ci.apache.org/projects/flink/flink-docs-release-0.9/setup/config.html)

How to test it's working

In example, by using the Zeppelin notebook is from Till Rohrmann's presentation "Interactive data analysis with Apache Flink" for Apache Flink Meetup.

rm 10.txt.utf-8
wget http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/10.txt.utf-8
case class WordCount(word: String, frequency: Int)
val bible:DataSet[String] = env.readTextFile("10.txt.utf-8")
val partialCounts: DataSet[WordCount] = bible.flatMap{
    line =>
        """\b\w+\b""".r.findAllIn(line).map(word => WordCount(word, 1))
//        line.split(" ").map(word => WordCount(word, 1))
val wordCounts = partialCounts.groupBy("word").reduce{
    (left, right) => WordCount(left.word, left.frequency + right.frequency)
val result10 = wordCounts.first(10).collect()