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Using HBase for Real-time Access to your Big Data

This course introduces you to HBase, the open source Hadoop database used for random, real-time read/writes to your Big Data. The course will cover fundamental concepts of HBase such as HBase system and architecture, the use of the Client API to perform data operations on HBase, the various HBase client used to communicate with HBase, how to integrate HBase with a MapReduce job, and more!

BD0143EN

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Beginnercourse

Language

  • English

Topic

  • Big Data

Organization

  • BDU

Estimated Effort

  • 4 hours
About This course

About This Course

HBase is the open source Hadoop database used for random, real-time read/writes to your Big Data. HBase runs on a distributed architecture on top of commodity hardware. HBase has the following features:

- Linear and modular scalability

- Strictly consistent read and writes

- Automatic and configurable sharding of tables

- Automatic failover support between RegionServers

- Easy to use Java API for client access

- And more…

Course Syllabus

  • Lesson 1: Introduction to HBase
    • CAP Theorem and ACID properties
    • Roles of HBase and difference between RDBMS
    • HBase Shell and Tables
  • Lesson 2: HBase Client API - The Basics
    • Use of Java API for Batch, Scan, and Scan operations
  • Lesson 3: Client API: Administrative and Advance Features
    • Use of administrative operations and schemas
    • Use of Filters, Counters, and ImportTSV tool
  • Lesson 4: Available HBase Clients
    • Understand how interactive and batch clients interact with HBase
  • Lesson 5: HBase and MapReduce Integration
    • Understand how MapReduce works in the Hadoop framework
    • How to setup HBase as a source and a sink
  • Lesson 6: HBase Configuration and Administration
    • Configuration of HBase for various environmental optimization
    • Architecture and administrative tasks

Recommended skills prior to taking this course

  • None

Grading scheme

  • The minimum passing mark for the course is 60%, the final exam is worth 100% of the course mark.
  • You have 1 attempt to take the exam with multiple attempts per question.

Requirements

Course Staff

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Henry L. Quach

Henry L. Quach is a Software Engineer with IBM for 7 years. He has worked in the Information Management education where he has developed numerous applications including an internal education tracking system that is widely used within the organization. He is a learning technology developer actively involved in creating and deploying eLearning courses. He is also part of the Mobile Innovation Community developing mobile frameworks for Information Management courses. Henry has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from San Jose State University.

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