Additional SAS® Data Management Tools and Applications
Duration: 21 hours
This is the fourth course in the Data Curation Professional, SAS Academy for Data Science program. The program is required to earn your SAS data science certification. Designed for SAS data scientists, this program covers SAS topics for data curation techniques, including big data preparation with Hadoop. In this course, you learn to use additional SAS Data Management technologies to access, manage, and govern your data.
Learn How To
Maintain, configure, and monitor data access from a single point of administration with SAS Federation Server.
Create a secured virtualized data layer that unifies disparate data sources into FedSQL views.
Develop SAS Event Stream Processing applications to ingest, process, and analyze streaming data in real time.
Govern data using SAS Business Data Network.
View relationships in SAS Lineage.
Who Should Attend
SAS data scientists
Before attending this course, you should have experience with SAS programming basics and data manipulation techniques, as well as familiarity with SQL processing. You can gain this experience by completing these courses: ;
SAS Programming 1: Essentials.
SAS Programming 2: Data Manipulation Techniques.
SAS SQL 1: Essentials.
SAS Products Covered
SAS Event Stream Processing;SAS Federation Server;SAS Business Data Network
SAS Federation Server: Accessing and Virtualizing Enterprise Data
Introduction to SAS Federation Server.
Configure data services and connections.
Create FedSQL views, caches, and DS2 queries.
Implement security on the server.
SAS Event Stream Processing
Introduction to SAS Event Stream Processing.
Overview of SAS Event Stream Processing models.
Develop models in SAS Event Stream Processing Studio.
Use SAS Event Stream Processing transformations.
Manage inputs and outputs.
Detect patterns, outliers, and anomalies.
SAS Data Governance
Introduction to SAS Business Data Network.
Create and maintain a glossary of business terms.
View relationships using SAS Lineage.
NOTE: There are two separate labs for this course. Use the lab below for Lessons 1 and 3.