It’s almost that time of year. Strata + Hadoop World in New York City is right around the corner.
With this event there will be a myriad of opportunities to connect and learn, not least of which is through the Training Pass, a new way to not only get trained on Hadoop but also gain access to all of the networking events and the Expo Hall.
Cloudera will be offering one of our most popular courses, Designing and Building Big Data Applications, where you’ll learn how to create an end-to-end solution that addresses the full data lifecycle – starting with acquiring diverse data sets to presenting the results to users in a easily consumable web interface. This class covers how to:
- Design and evolve schemas in Apache Avro
- Store and stage data with HDFS
- Create, populate, and access data set with the Kite SDK
- Integrate with external systems using Apache Squoop and Flume
- Create, package, and deploy Oozie jobs to manage workflows
- Defining and Implementing user-defined functions in Apache Hive and Impala
- Index static and streaming data sets with Cloudera Search
- Use Hue to build a web-based interface for search queries
- Integrate your results from Impala and Cloudera Search into your application
We designed this course for those who are serious about going beyond MapReduce and look for new ways to analyze and solve problems that are relevant to your business. Whether it’s social media data for sentiment analysis on customers, server log data for cybersecurity, machine and sensor data to identify patterns, or anything else.
This is made possible through learning how to leverage the power of Apache Hadoop by taking raw data, across multiple sources, and putting it into an easy to digest format for those who need to make decisions. Now imagine being in a room of talented folks working on the same problems at one of the world’s largest Big Data conferences! This is going to be a great class and it will be lead by one of our senior trainers, Nathan Neff, who will be your guide through it all.
After each day of learning, you will have the chance to network and meet others in the data community at events like the opening reception, learn and connect with vendors at the booth crawl, check out the beautiful New York High Line hop with your classmates and fellow attendees. If all that isn’t enough, we even put together a great list of nighttime community meetups that are happening throughout the conference time.
If you didn’t have a reason to go before, I hope you do now. Get your training pass today to guarantee yourself a spot!