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Inhoud van de cursus

start the course
describe supercomputing
recall three major functions of data analytics
define Big Data
describe the two different types of data
describe the components of the Big Data stack
identify the data repository components
identify the data refinery components
identify the data factory components
recall the design principles of Hadoop
describe the design principles of sharing nothing
describe the design principles of embracing failure
describe the components of the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)
describe the four main HDFS daemons
describe Hadoop YARN
describe the roles of the Resource Manager daemon
describe the YARN NodeManager and ApplicationMaster daemons
define MapReduce and describe its relations to YARN
describe data analytics
describe the reasons for the complexities of the Hadoop Ecosystem
describe the components of the Hadoop ecosystem
Installation of Hadoop
start the course
recall the minimum system requirements for installation
configure the start-up shell and yum repositories
install the Java Developers Kit
setup SSH for Hadoop
recall why version 2.0 was significant
describe the three different installation modes
download and install Apache Hadoop
configure Hadoop environmental variables
configure Hadoop HDFS
start and stop Hadoop HDFS
configure Hadoop YARN and MapReduce
start and stop Hadoop YARN
validate the installation and configuration
recall the structure of the HDFS command
recall the importance of the output directory
run WordCount
recall the ports of the NameNode and Resource Manager Web UIs
use the NameNode and Resource Manager Web UIs
describe the best practices for changing configuration files
recall some of the most common errors and how to fix them
access Hadoop logs and troubleshoot Hadoop installation errors
to install and configure Hadoop and its associated components
Data Repository with HDFS and HBase
start the course
configure the replication of data blocks
configure the default file system scheme and authority
describe the functions of the NameNode
recall how the NameNode operates
recall how the DataNode maintains data integrity
describe the purpose of the CheckPoint Node
describe the role of the Backup Node
recall the syntax of the file system shell commands
use shell commands to manage files
use shell commands to provide information about the file system
perform common administration functions
configure parameters for NameNode and DataNode
troubleshoot HDFS errors
describe key attributes of NoSQL databases
describe the roles of HBase and ZooKeeper
install and configure ZooKeeper
instause the HBase command line to create tables and insert datall and configure HBase
instause the HBase command line to create tables and insert datall and configure HBase
manage tables and view the web interface
create and change HBase data
provide a basic understanding of how Hadoop Distributed File System functions
Data Repository with Flume
start the course
describe the three key attributes of Flume
recall some of the protocols cURL supports
use cURL to download web server data
recall some best practices for the Agent Conf files
install and configure Flume
create a Flume agent
describe a flume agent in detail
use a flume agent to load data into HDFS
identify popular sources
identify popular sinks
describe Flume channels
describe what is happening during a file roll
recall that Avro can be used as both a sink and a source
use Avro to capture a remote file
create multiple-hop Flume agents
describe interceptors
create a Flume agent with a TimeStampInterceptor
describe multifunction Flume agents
configure Flume agents for mutliflow
create multi-source Flume agents
compare replicating to multiplexing
create a Flume agent for multiple data sinks
recall some common reasons for Flume failures
use the logger to troubleshoot Flume agents
configure the various Flume agents
Data Repository with Sqoop
start the course
describe MySQL
install MySQL
create a database in MySQL
create MySQL tables and load data
describe Sqoop
describe Sqoop's architecture
recall the dependencies for Sqoop installation
install Sqoop
recall why it's important for the primary key to be numeric
perform a Sqoop import from MySQL into HDFS
recall what concerns the developers should be aware of
perform a Sqoop export from HDFS into MySQL
recall that you must execute a Sqoop import statement for each data element
perform a Sqoop import from MySQL into HBase
recall how to use chain troubleshooting to resolve Sqoop issues
use the log files to identify common Sqoop errors and their resolutions
to use Sqoop to extract data from a RDBMS and load the data into HDFS
Data Refinery with YARN and MapReduce
Data Factory with Hive
start the course
recall the key attributes of Hive
describe the configuration files
install and configure Hive
create a table in Derby using Hive
create a table in MySQL using Hive
recall the unique delimiter that Hive uses
describe the different operators in Hive
use basic SQL commands in Hive
use SELECT statements in Hive
use more complex HiveQL
write and use Hive scripts
recall what types of joins Hive can support
use Hive to perform joins
recall that a Hive partition schema must be created before loading the data
write a Hive partition script
recall how buckets are used to improve performance
create Hive buckets
recall some best practices for user defined functions
create a user defined function for Hive
recall the standard error code ranges and what they mean
use a Hive explain plan
understand configuration option, data loading and querying
Data Factory with Pig
start the course
describe Pig and its strengths
recall the minimal edits needed to be made to the configuration file
install and configure Pig
recall the complex data types used by Pig
recall some of the relational operators used by Pig
use the Grunt shell with Pig Latin
set parameters from both a text file and with the command line
write a Pig script
use a Pig script to filter data
use the FOREACH operator with a Pig script
set parameters and arguments in a Pig script
write a Pig script to count data
perform data joins using a Pig script
group data using a Pig script
cogroup data with a Pig script
flatten data using a pig script
recall the languages that can be used to write user defined functions
create a user defined function for Pig
recall the different types of error categories
use explain in a Pig script
install Pig, use Pig operators and Pig Latin, and retrieve and group records
Data Factory with Oozie and Hue
start the course
describe metastore and hiveserver2
install and configure metastore
install and configure HiveServer2
describe HCatalog
install and configure WebHCat
use HCatalog to flow data
recall the Oozie terminology
recall the two categories of environmental variables for configuring Oozie
install Oozie
configure Oozie
configure Oozie to use MySQL
enable the Oozie Web Console
describe Oozie workflows
submit an Oozie workflow job
create an Oozie workflow
run an Oozie workflow job
describe Hue
recall the configuration files that must be edited
install Hue
configure the hue.ini file
install and configure Hue on MySQL
use the Hue File Browser and Job Scheduler
configure Hive daemons, Oozie, and Hue
Data Flow for the Hadoop Ecosystem
start the course
describe the data life cycle management
recall the parameters that must be set in the Sqoop import statement
create a table and load data into MySQL
use Sqoop to import data into Hive
recall the parameters that must be set in the Sqoop export statement
use Sqoop to export data from Hive
recall the three most common date datatypes and which systems support each
use casting to import datetime stamps into Hive
export datetime stamps from Hive into MySQL
describe dirty data and how it should be preprocessed
use Hive to create tables outside the warehouse
use pig to sample data
recall some other popular components for the Hadoop Ecosystem
recall some best practices for pseudo-mode implementation
write custom scripts to assist with administrative tasks
troubleshoot classpath errors
create complex configuration files
to use Sqoop and Hive for data flow and fusion in the Hadoop ecosystem

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29 uur


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Taal: Engels
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