with Glen Mules, Warren Pettit
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This course provides an overview of Jaql. It describes the JSON data format and does a simple comparison between Jaql, Pig and Hive. The second lesson starts to build a foundation for the Jaql language. After setting a foundation, next the Jaql core operators are introduced. Then there is a simple review of MapReduce and how this applies to Jaql. This is followed by showing how SQL can be used as Jaql operators. And finally, the input/output capabilities of Jaql are covered.
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This course was tested and validated for v3 of the QSE VM.
Please download the v3 VM to complete the lab exercises.