Please note: This course is delivered by accredited Hortonworks instructors. The syllabus includes specific use cases and examples to help illustrate and reinforce the theory and the functionality of the technology being explored. Where possible, the instructor will provide further examples and answer questions relevant to an individual delegates specific application of the technology. However, due to the complexity of the technology and the breadth of application across industries, this may not always be possible in the classroom environment.
This course is designed for big data analysts who want to use the HBase NoSQL database which runs on top of HDFS to provide real-time read/write access to sparse datasets. Topics include HBase architecture, services, installation and schema design.
Architects, software developers, and analysts responsible for implementing non-SQL databases in order to handle sparse data sets commonly found in big data use cases.