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Big Data, Hadoop and Spark Training


HadoopSphere provides Apache Hadoop training that software engineers, developers and analysts need to understand and implement Big Data technology and tools.

We conduct following two types of classes:
(1) Online Virtual class.
(Live Virtual class led by instructor with hands-on exercise by participants. Participants from any part of the world can enroll now.)
(2) On-premise class.
(Corporate or specific organization training based on request)
Open house classroom class will not be conducted and we encourage learners to enroll in online virtual classes.


Big Data and Apache Hadoop Course (CHD09):

With HadoopSphere, you can start Apache Hadoop learning in a 4-day hands-on training course. This course teaches students how to develop applications and analyze Big Data stored in Hadoop Distributed file system using custom MapReduce progams and tools like Pig and Hive. Students will perform hands-on sessions on multiple use cases from real life. Other topics covered include data ingestion using Sqoop and Flume, and using NoSQL database HBase.

Key Features:

- 6 Day virtual Class room Training- Comprehensive Course content
- Real Life project use case- Extensive Hands-On sessions
- Expert Trainer- Practice Tests included

CHD09 Course Curriculum:

Lesson 01 - Introduction to Big Data and Hadoop
Lesson 02 - Hadoop Architecture
Lesson 03 - Hadoop Deployment
Lesson 04 - HDFS
Lesson 05 - Introduction to MapReduce
Lesson 06 - Advanced HDFS and Map Reduce
Lesson 07 - Pig
Lesson 08 - Hive
Lesson 09 - Sqoop, Flume
Lesson 10 - HBase
Lesson 11 - Zookeeper
Lesson 12 - Ecosystem and its Components

Apache Spark - Developer Course (CSP01):

With HadoopSphere, you can start Apache Spark learning in a 2-day hands-on training course. This course teaches students how to develop real time and interactive applications using Scala and Java leveraging Apache Spark. Participants will perform hands-on sessions on Spark installed on Hadoop YARN enabled infrastructure. Further they will understand concepts and perform exercise on Spark Streaming, Spark SQL, Spark MLlib (machine learning) and GraphX (graph processing). 


Key Features:

- 4 Day virtual Class room Training- Comprehensive Course content
- Covers all key topics in Spark- Extensive Hands-On sessions
- Expert Trainer- Practice Tests included

CSP01 Course Curriculum:

Lesson 01 - Introduction to Big Data 
Lesson 02 - The need for Apache Spark
Lesson 03 - Job execution in Spark
Lesson 04 - Programming in Spark
Lesson 05 - Spark Streaming
Lesson 06 - Spark SQL
Lesson 07 - MLlib
Lesson 08 - GraphX
Lesson 09 - Hadoop integration

Customers:

Our expert faculty has trained professionals from over 300 organizations including but not limited to:
- Amdocs
- Aon Hewitt
- Bain & Company
- Cognizant
- CSC
- Ericsson
- Fidelity
- HCL
- IBM
- Oracle
- Samsung
- Tata Consultancy Services
- Time Warner
- Wipro
Average Rating: 4.6 out of 5

Contact for further details:

Send us an e-mail at scale@hadoopsphere.com or contact us using this link.




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