In this example, we wrote our first Scala program, myFirstSpark20.scala, and displayed the steps to execute the program in IntelliJ. We placed the code in the path described in the steps for both Windows and Mac.
In the myFirstSpark20 code, we saw a typical way to create a SparkSession object and how to configure it to run in local mode using the master() function. We created two RDDs out of the array objects and used a simple zip() function to create a new RDD.
We also did a simple sum calculation on the RDDs that were created and then displayed the result in the console. Finally, we exited and released the resource by calling spark.stop().