with Glen Mules
Big Data Beginners
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This course presents a holistic approach to Big Data, taking both a top-down and a bottom-up approach to questions such as: What is Big Data? How do we tackle Big Data? Why are we interested in it? What is a Big Data platform?
The course emphasizes that we study Big Data to gain insight that will be used to get people throughout the enterprise to run the business better and to provide better service to customers. Rather than a implementation of a single open-source systems such as Hadoop, the course recommends that Big Data should be processed in a platform that can handle the variety, velocity, and volume of data by using a family of components that require integration and data governance. Big Data is NoHadoop (“not only Hadoop”) as well as NoSQL (“not only SQL”).
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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.
Basic knowledge of operating systems (UNIX/Linux)
The minimum passing mark for the course is 60%, where the final test is worth 100% of the course mark. You have 3 attempts to take the test