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ClouderaS Developer Training For Hadoop Delivers Key Concepts And Expertise – Web Development

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Hadn’t there been any Cloudera, there wouldn’t have been Yahoo! and Facebook. Well, almost. Today, Cloudera has become synonymous with biggie web giants because it makes Hadoop. Hadoop in turn controls their search engines and determines the ads displayed next to the results. Therefore, there is a mad rush to learn the ways Cloudera oprates and functions; executing a search engines data processing. Cloudera also offers services, training and support for Hadoop and other applications (Cloudera Training for HBase and Cloudera Training for Apache Hive and Pig).

Cloudera’s Developer Training for Hadoop delivers key concepts and expertise necessary to create robust data processing applications using Apache Hadoop. Through lecture and interactive, hands-on exercises, students navigate the Hadoop ecosystem, learning topics such as; MapReduce and the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) and how to write MapReduce code, Best practices and considerations for Hadoop development, debugging techniques and implementation of workflows and common algorithms, How to leverage Hive, Pig, Sqoop, Flume, Oozie and other projects from the Apache Hadoop ecosystem, Optimal hardware configurations and network considerations for building out, maintaining and monitoring your Hadoop cluster, Advanced Hadoop API topics required for real-world data analysis.

Similarly, Cloudera’s training course for Apache HBase provides Hadoop developers and administrators with the skills they need to install and maintain HBase and develop client code. HBase is an open-source, non-relational, distributed database that provides a fault-tolerant, scalable way to store massive quantities of data. It supports extremely high-volume reads and writes, scaling up to hundreds of thousands of operations per second. It is being used in production by numerous organizations who want extremely high-speed, random read/write access to very large datasets.

Students are imparted with original knowledge and extensive skills regarding HBase. These include; Introduction to Apache HBase, Schema modeling, Apache HBase shell, Apache HBase architecture, Apache HBase Java APIs, Advanced Apache HBase features, Apache HBase deployment.

The Cloudera Training for Apache Hive and Pig work out as follows. Hive makes Hadoop accessible to users who already know SQL; Pig is similar to popular scripting languages. Students who have basic familiarity SQL and/or a scripting language can take this training well. In the Training for Hive and Pig you learn, How Hive augments MapReduce, How to create and manipulate tables using Hive, Hive’s basic and advanced data types, Partitioning and bucketing data with Hive, Advanced features of Hive, How to load and manipulate data using Pig, Features of the PigLatin programming language, Solving real-world problems with Pig.

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Get Cloudera Hadoop Training by OSSCube, Asias first Cloudera Training Partner. Consulting, Migration and Integration.OSSCube has a pool of SugarCRM Experts to provide Hadoop Services not only for small and medium scale businesses as well as corporates.

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Posted by mod198 April - 7 - 2012 ADD COMMENTS

Cupertino, CA (PRWEB) October 5, 2010

Karmasphere, the leader in Big Data Intelligence software, today announced that Richard J. Guth, a software marketing veteran, has joined the company as vice president of marketing and chief marketing officer reporting to chief executive Martin Hall. Guth joins from the open source business intelligence company Actuate, where he was most recently vice president and general manager of the open source strategy group and vice president, solutions marketing. In his new role, Guth assumes responsibility for marketing at Karmasphere including: marketing strategy and programs, demand generation, and product management and messaging.

Rich brings a unique combination of software marketing expertise to Karmasphere. He is one of the true pioneers in open source marketing, and has been consistently successful in devising effective marketing programs leading to commercial awareness, acceptance and growth, commented Hall.

Big data presents tremendous potential for Karmasphere and this opportunity to leverage my experience in achieving market acceptance for enterprise, Internet and open source software products is an ideal fit, commented Guth. Well-designed strategic marketing programs and well-executed go-to-market strategies will be a critical differentiator in Karmaspheres success and I embrace that challenge.

Twenty-Five Year Career Addressing Software Market

Guth has built a 25-year career bringing new software technologies to market including development methodologies, Java-based business intelligence and reporting tools, interactive development environments and web application servers. Guth has held senior product management, marketing and sales positions at NeXT Software, Apple, Sybase, Interactive Development Environments and Index Technologies.

As the vice president of marketing at Sendmail, Inc., one of the first companies to offer commercial value-add products for successful open source projects, Guth was among the first executives developing relationships with and offering value to the open source community, including launching one of the first commercial open source developer sites.

Guth graduated from Indiana University with a Bachelor of Science.

About Karmasphere

Karmasphere is a big data intelligence software company bringing Apache Hadoop power to developers and analysts. Karmasphere enables companies to unlock the competitive advantages within their large datasets by providing an easy-to-use class of client-side software. Karmaspheres products, built around the Karmasphere Application Framework, feature independence across any Hadoop environment, easy one-click deployment across any cloud/cluster, and a rich and friendly user-interface to maximize productivity, discovery and insight. For more information please see


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