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This first installment in our Hadoop webinar series is back by popular demand with new content.
This webinar will provide a holistic view of Hadoop and the components that make up its ecosystem. This webinar will also cover how to optimize global deployments for continuous availability, performance, and scalability.
Attendees will be introduced to concepts they will need as a prerequisite for subsequent training webinars covering MapReduce, HBase and other major components at a deeper technical level.
Join guest speaker Matt Aslett of 451 Research for an in-depth look at how enterprises are hardening Hadoop to ensure compliance with data security and availability standards that have been enforced with traditional database deployments in large enterprises.
Hadoop's popularity has exploded in recent years as businesses have begun collecting massive quantities of structured and unstructured data including images, video, and audio that traditional database technology simply can’t handle. Along with the ability to collect large quantities of a wide variety of data, however, comes the responsibility to comply with Sarbanes Oxley (SOX), HIPAA, PCI, Basel II, and other regulations.
Our popular Hadoop webinar series continues with a fresh look at MapReduce.
This session will cover the history of MapReduce, how a MapReduce job works, its logical flow, the rules and types of MapReduce jobs, de-bugging and testing MapReduce jobs, writing foolproof MapReduce jobs, the various workflow tools available, and more.
In the third webinar in our series, we revisit HBase and look at how it can be deployed for continuous availability both within and across data centers.
This webinar is a deep technical review of HBase covering high availability, flexibility, scalability, components, schema samples, hardware requirements, and more.