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A complete top-of-the-line and highly beneficial session covering tools and components that make up the Hadoop Ecosystem -- including Hive, Spark, MapReduce, ZooKeeper and Oozie!
The Hadoop Ecosystem is neither a programming language nor a service; it is a platform or framework which solves big data problems.
As we as developers' community are aware, many large organizations like Facebook, Google, Yahoo, University of California (Berkeley), etc. have contributed to increase Hadoop's capabilities over several years. Therefore, knowledge about one or two tools (Hadoop components) would not help in building an effective solution. You would need to learn a set of Hadoop components which work together to achieve the intended purpose and arrive.
At the end of today's session, you would have accumulated very essential and comprehensive knowledge for you to start taking next steps at your workplace or your own projects. We are here to help you in your career path.
Come, have fun, learn hands-on some latest technology, participate in Q&A and network -- all geared for your success.
Multiple similar sessions and technology guidance is designed throughout the most of 2020. Our sole intention is for everyone to land a better workplace, better pay and more job satisfaction through an exciting journey with us.
Make sure that you and your friends attend ALL the sessions planned through this meetup in the first quarter of 2020!
Enterprise IT self-learning package for $390 monthly subscription
Package includes 200+ hours of enterprise-level IT training covering topics such as containers (Kubernetes & Docker), Microservices, DevOps, Cloud Computing (OpenStack or Serverless Framework), Big Data (Hadoop and Spark) and Restful API for $390 monthly subscription. See the below link for registration info:
Complete self-paced training package for $290 monthly subscription
For $290 monthly subscription, you can have access to 300+ hours of hands-on project-based training covering courses in web development, blockchain, software engineering, and system admin. See the below link for the list of topics and registration info: