In this course, you use processing methods to prepare structured and unstructured big data for analysis. You learn to organize this data into a variety of Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS) storage formats for processing efficiency using Apache Hive and Apache Pig. You also learn SAS software technologies that integrate with Hive and Pig and how to leverage these open source capabilities by programming with Base SAS and SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop.
Learn How To
Move data in and out of the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS).
Create processing-efficient Hadoop data storage formats.
Use Hive to design a data warehouse in Hadoop.
Perform data analysis using Hive Query Language (HiveQL).
Join data sources using HiveQL.
Perform extract, load, and transformation.
Create and access processing-efficient Hadoop storage formats using Hive table definitions.
Perform analysis on unstructured data using Apache Pig.
Join massive data sets using Pig.
Use user-defined functions (UDFs).
Analyze big data using Pig.
Use SAS programming to submit Hive and Pig programs that execute in Hadoop and store results in Hadoop or return results to SAS.
Who Should Attend
Data scientists and programmers, database administrators, applications developers, and ETL developers who are looking for an in-depth technical overview of data management in the Hadoop ecosystem
A basic understanding of and experience with UNIX and SQL is preferred. For advanced topics such as user-defined functions, prior programming experience is necessary.
SAS Products Covered
Base SAS;SAS/ACCESS;SAS Data Integration Studio;SAS Data Connector to Hadoop
Hadoop ecosystem.Working with Hadoop Data Using Hive
Apache Hive overview.
Data definition language.
Hive SerDes and storage formats.
Data manipulation language. Working with Hadoop Data Using Pig
Apache Pig overview.
Anatomy of a Pig script.
Basic Pig programming.
Pig programming using functions.Working with Hadoop Data Using SAS
Using Base SAS tools.
Using SAS/ACCESS methods.
The hands-on lab is preconfigured to support this course and will not support hands-on practice for all your enrolled courses.
Hands-On Lab Reservation System
When you are planning your study time, keep in mind that the virtual lab takes 30-45 minutes to start
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