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Running on AWS

One option is to use the spark-submit option with the Zingg config and phase.
aws emr create-cluster --name "Add Spark Step Cluster" --release-label emr-6.2.0 --applications Name=Zingg \
--ec2-attributes KeyName=myKey --instance-type <instance type> --instance-count <num instances> \
--steps Type=Spark,Name="Zingg",ActionOnFailure=CONTINUE,Args=[--class,zingg.client.Client,<s3 location of zingg.jar>,--phase,<name of phase - findTrainingData,match etc>,--conf,<s3 location of config.json>] --use-default-roles````
A second option is to run Zingg Python code in AWS EMR Notebooks