Introduction to Hadoop

  • Instructor(s): Jeremiah Peschka
  • Length: 90 minutes
  • Cost: $29

By now you’ve heard the words “Big Data” and “Hadoop”, but you’re not sure what they mean, much less how to get started. You’re struggling with storing a lot of data, rapidly processing a huge volume of data. This training will provide an introduction to the Hadoop ecosystem, cover several typical workloads, and provide guidance on getting started with Hadoop.

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In more than 90 minutes of video, you’ll learn:

  • The core components that make up Hadoop
  • What are Hive, Pig, and HBase
  • What are common use cases for offloading work to Hadoop
  • How you can use Hive, Pig, and HBase to scale different workloads
  • How the different features of Hive and Pig work together to create two similar but complementary tools
  • Which features of HBase make it compelling for random read/write workloads?
  • How to identify problems that can be solved with Hadoop

There’s even a case study to show you how one of our clients was able to use Hadoop and cloud computing to build a data warehouse.

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About Jeremiah

Specialities: database architecture, teaching SQL, cloud computing

Off duty: Portland food trucks, long walks on the beach


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