The big data training is the heart of analytics and every organization has a lot of unstructured data which need to structure to benefit them. With all the big data around, Hadoop can help create a structure for this data. This training mainly helps in understanding about various concepts such as HDFS, Pig, Hive, YARN and various ETL tools
Hadoop is excellent fro Sameer in 3RI. thanks 3ri team.
I did my course here and felt teaching too poor. How it?s taught here? 20% Marketing of Hadoop and telling about Jobs available on Hadoop. 70% time goes in installing all the tools like virtual box, Hadoop, hive, Java. 5% time he will teach us 2 syntax of Hadoop ecosystem and will mail you a soft copy of that book. 5% time is to explain all these processes of Hadoop , hive, pig, cloud era, map reduce. All these explanations are copied word by word from YouTube. I?m learning again all these courses from an online website. It?s been a double expenditure of time and money.
Technokgees is the best development training Institute. Big data hadoop in pune. technogees is passionate to trained people for insdustry.they have good trainerwith excellent communication skills.
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Best institute for Data science training in pune.
Joined hadoop + spark program. Good institute to learn hadoop stack. Vaibhav sir explains each topic with industry related examples which helps candidate to learn very easily. I would suggest to join etlhive to explore big data domain.
This course is ideal for candidates who work in the Information Technology Sector. However, professionals working as data ware house specialists, BI specialists and software developers benefit the most from this course.
The big data course requires its candidates to have a basic knowledge and understanding of SQL. Knowledge in SQL will help candidates learn about various concepts in a faster manner and will also help understand about the Hadoop framework easily.
Introduction to Big Data
Introduction to Hadoop
HDFS and YARN
Cassandra with MongoDB