Big Data Hadoop® is an open source software project that enables distributed
processing of large data sets across clusters of commodity servers. It is
designed to scale up from a single server to thousands of machines, with a
very high degree of fault tolerance.
This course provides insight into basics of Hadoop, architecture, components and how Hadoop
works. This course also helps in understanding Big Data usage and data analysis using
MapReduce. The scalability, cost-effectiveness, and streamlined architectures of Hadoop will make
the technology more attractive. Hadoop also allows students see relationships that have always
been just out of reach. Students can start making more decisions based on hard data instead of
hunches and look at absolute data sets, not just samples. Hadoop optimizes the data management
structure in organization by putting the right Big Data workloads in the right systems.
Market for Big Data analytics is growing across the world and this strong growth pattern translates into
great opportunity for all the IT Professionals.
Here are the few Professional IT groups, who are continuously enjoying the benefits moving into Big data
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Why all the fuss? Modern governments generate a vast number of digital files. From birth certificates and tax returns to criminal DNA records, the documents must be retrievable at any given time. So, Governments are reluctant to store official records in the proprietary formats of commercial-software vendors. This concern will only increase as e-government services, such as filing a tax return or applying for a driving license online, gain momentum. In Microsoft’s case, security flaws in its software, such as those exploited by the recent Blaster and So Big viruses are also a cause of increasing concern.
Policymakers like Open source for many reasons, in theory, the software’s transparency increase security because ‘backdoors’ used by hackers can be exposed and programmers can root out bugs from the code. The software can also be tailored to the user’s specific needs and upgrades happen at a pace chosen by the user, not the vendor. The open source models of openness and collaboration has produced some excellent software that is every bit the equal of commercial, closed-source products. And, of course there is no risk of being locked in to a single vendor.
Thus, it is but expected that as the advantages and benefits of using OST become more recognized, its usage would increase substantially resulting in the demand for skills in this technology area.
Having said this however, Microsoft and Java are still popular technologies used by most companies globally and skills are in universal demand.
Keeping this prevailing trend in mind, the new ACCP World curriculum has been developed to provide students with skills in Open Source Technologies in addition to training Microsoft and Java technologies. This career course is aimed at catering to the IT manpower shortage expected over the next three years worldwide.