with Glen Mules, Warren Pettit
Time to complete:
This course gives an overview of Oozie and how it is able to control Hadoop jobs. It begins with looking at the components required to code a workflow as well as optional components such as case statements, forks, and joins. That is followed by using the Oozie coordinator in order to schedule a workflow. One of the things that the student will quickly notice is that workflows are coded using XML which tends to get verbose. The last lesson of this course shows a graphical workflow editor tool designed to simplify the work in generating a workflow.
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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.
All sections include hands-on lab exercises