The Ultimate Hands-On Hadoop
Tame your Big Data!

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Hadoop tutorial with MapReduce, HDFS, Spark, Flink, Hive, HBase, MongoDB, Cassandra, Kafka + more

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Sundog Education by Frank Kane


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r/dataengineering • comment
3 points • MrPenguin710

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I think you have plenty of experience, I wouldn't sweat it

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Look up this Big Data Course on Udemy from Sundog - Frank Kane

r/datascience • comment
1 points • PM_Me_Food_stuffs

Cloudera is another company that offers the Hadoop ecosystem, you can think of it as an alternative distributor to Hortonworks. You can think of a cluster as a group of machines or servers that provide a file storage system suitable for "big data".

I found this course to be very helpful (my company has a paid udemy sub):

SQL using hive may work depending on the format of the data being stored in Cloudera clusters, but you might have to read up on Spark to perform data manipulation and analysis. Luckily spark can be done in python, but is better suited for scala and java.