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Developer Training for Spark & Hadoop

Duration: 4 Days
Course Price: $2,595

Our  four-day hands-on training course delivers the key concepts and expertise participants need to ingest and process data on a Hadoop cluster using the most up-to-date tools and techniques. Employing Hadoop ecosystem projects such as Spark, Hive, Flume, Sqoop, and Impala, this training course is the best preparation for the real-world challenges faced by Hadoop developers. Participants learn to identify which tool is the right one to use in a given situation, and will gain hands-on experience in developing using those tools.

Through instructor-led discussion and interactive, hands-on exercises, participants will learn Apache Spark and how it integrates with the entire Hadoop ecosystem, learning:

• How data is distributed, stored, and processed in a Hadoop cluster • How to use Sqoop and Flume to ingest data

• How to process distributed data with Apache Spark

• How to model structured data as tables in Impala and Hive

• How to choose the best data storage format for different data usage patterns

• Best practices for data storage

Audience Profile

This course is designed for developers and engineers who have programming experience. Apache Spark examples and hands-on exercises are presented in Scala and Python, so the ability to program in one of those languages is required. Basic familiarity with the Linux command line is assumed. Basic knowledge of SQL is helpful. Prior knowledge of Hadoop is not required.

CCA Spark & Hadoop Developer

This course is an excellent place to start for people working towards the CCA Spark & Hadoop Developer certification. Although further study is required before passing the exam, this course covers many of the subjects tested in the CCA Spark & Hadoop Developer exam. After successfully completing this course, we recommend that participants attend Cloudera’s Designing and Building Big Data Applications course, which builds on the foundations taught here.

Our  four-day hands-on training course delivers the key concepts and expertise participants need to ingest and process data on a Hadoop cluster using the most up-to-date tools and techniques. Employing Hadoop ecosystem projects such as Spark, Hive, Flume, Sqoop, and Impala, this training course is the best preparation for the real-world challenges faced by Hadoop developers. Participants learn to identify which tool is the right one to use in a given situation, and will gain hands-on experience in developing using those tools.

Through instructor-led discussion and interactive, hands-on exercises, participants will learn Apache Spark and how it integrates with the entire Hadoop ecosystem, learning:

• How data is distributed, stored, and processed in a Hadoop cluster • How to use Sqoop and Flume to ingest data

• How to process distributed data with Apache Spark

• How to model structured data as tables in Impala and Hive

• How to choose the best data storage format for different data usage patterns

• Best practices for data storage

Audience Profile

This course is designed for developers and engineers who have programming experience. Apache Spark examples and hands-on exercises are presented in Scala and Python, so the ability to program in one of those languages is required. Basic familiarity with the Linux command line is assumed. Basic knowledge of SQL is helpful. Prior knowledge of Hadoop is not required.

CCA Spark & Hadoop Developer

This course is an excellent place to start for people working towards the CCA Spark & Hadoop Developer certification. Although further study is required before passing the exam, this course covers many of the subjects tested in the CCA Spark & Hadoop Developer exam. After successfully completing this course, we recommend that participants attend Cloudera’s Designing and Building Big Data Applications course, which builds on the foundations taught here.

Introduction

Introduction to Hadoop and the Hadoop Ecosystem

• Problems with Traditional Large-scale Systems

• Hadoop!

• The Hadoop EcoSystem

Hadoop Architecture and HDFS

• Distributed Processing on a Cluster

• Storage: HDFS Architecture

• Storage: Using HDFS

• Resource Management: YARN Architecture

• Resource Management: Working with YARN

Importing Relational Data with Apache Sqoop

• Sqoop Overview

• Basic Imports and Exports

• Limiting Results

• Improving Sqoop’s Performance

• Sqoop 2

Introduction to Impala and Hive

• Introduction to Impala and Hive

• Why Use Impala and Hive?

• Comparing Hive to Traditional Databases

• Hive Use Cases

Modeling and Managing Data with Impala and Hive

• Data Storage Overview

• Creating Databases and Tables

• Loading Data into Tables

• HCatalog

• Impala Metadata Caching

Data Formats

• Selecting a File Format

• Hadoop Tool Support for File Formats

• Avro Schemas

• Using Avro with Hive and Sqoop

• Avro Schema Evolution

• Compression

Data Partitioning

• Partitioning Overview

• Partitioning in Impala and Hive

Capturing Data with Apache Flume

• What is Apache Flume?

• Basic Flume Architecture

• Flume Sources

• Flume Sinks

• Flume Channels

• Flume Configuration

Spark Basics

• What is Apache Spark?

• Using the Spark Shell

• RDDs (Resilient Distributed Datasets)

• Functional Programming in Spark

Working with RDDs in Spark

• A Closer Look at RDDs

• Key-Value Pair RDDs

• MapReduce

• Other Pair RDD Operations

Writing and Deploying Spark Applications

• Spark Applications vs. Spark Shell

• Creating the SparkContext

• Building a Spark Application (Scala and Java)

• Running a Spark Application

• The Spark Application Web UI

• Configuring Spark Properties

• Logging

Parallel Programming with Spark

• Review: Spark on a Cluster

• RDD Partitions • Partitioning of File-based RDDs

• HDFS and Data Locality

• Executing Parallel Operations

• Stages and Tasks

Spark Caching and Persistence

• RDD Lineage

• Caching Overview

• Distributed Persistence

Common Patterns in Spark Data Processing

• Common Spark Use Cases

• Iterative Algorithms in Spark

• Graph Processing and Analysis

• Machine Learning • Example: k-means

Preview: Spark SQL

• Spark SQL and the SQL Context

• Creating DataFrames

• Transforming and Querying DataFrames

• Saving DataFrames

• Comparing Spark SQL with Impala Conclusion

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