ABOUT THIS LEARNING PATH

Hadoop is a name that represents two items, one a child’s toy and the other an open source framework for distributed storage and processing of big data. In both contexts, interaction with Hadoop is foundational in personal growth and development.  This learning path covers content that is critical to your success in this realm. It takes you on a journey that explains the Hadoop conceptual design, then it looks how to use the application and then manipulate data without the use of complex coding.

Come along and start your journey to receiving the following badges: Hadoop Foundations – Level 1Hadoop Programming – Level 1Hadoop Administration – Level 1Hadoop Data Access – Level 1, and Hadoop Foundations – Level 2!

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AUDIENCE:

Data Engineers, Data Scientists, Big Data enthusiasts with technical background

LEARNING PATH LEVEL:

Beginner

5 BADGES

4 COURSES

Hadoop Fundamentals Courses

Hadoop 101

Hadoop 101

About the course
This free Apache Hadoop course introduces you to Big Data concepts, and teaches you how to perform distributed processing of large data sets with Hadoop.
MapReduce and YARN

MapReduce and YARN

About the course
String together your understanding of Yet Another Resource Negotiator (YARN) by gaining exposure to MapReduce1, the tool-sets that start the processing of Big Data.
Moving Data into Hadoop

Moving Data into Hadoop

About the course
This course describes techniques for moving data into Hadoop. There are a variety of ways to get data into Hadoop from simple Hadoop shell commands to more sophisticated processes. Several techniques are presented but three, Sqoop, Flume, and Data Click are covered in greater detail.
Accessing Hadoop Data Using Hive

Accessing Hadoop Data Using Hive

About the course
Hive is a data warehousing tool built on top of Hadoop. Learn how to easily query and analyze your Big Data projects with this free Apache Hive course.

Complete the Hadoop Fundamentals Learning path

BADGE: Hadoop Foundations – Level 2

Our learning paths are designed to build on the content learned in the first course and then build upon the concepts in courses that follow. We recommend that they are completed in the order outlined in this learning path to ensure you get the most out of your investment of time. If you like what you see here, come and discover other learning paths and browse our course catalog.