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DescriptionWhat we offer

This course describes the concepts and implementation details to install, configure, and implement Hadoop on IBM Power Systems. The course covers planning for a Hadoop installation, customizing the environment, management, and using Hadoop. Hands-on exercises reinforce the lecture and give the students the experience of installing and configuring Hadoop on a Power Systems-based environment.


ObjectivesWhat you learn

After completing this course, you should be able to:

? Distinguish between Big Data and Data Analytics
? Summarize the architectural components, resources, terminology and capabilities of Hadoop
? Apply both planning and requirement processes for installation of Hadoop
? Carry out the steps to configure, startup and shutdown a Hadoop cluster with the appropriate web user interfaces and administration tasks
? Implement the proper administration commands, use of safe mode and steps to add and remove DataNodes from a Hadoop Cluster


TopicsThe best for you


? Unit 1 - Introduction to Data Analytics
? Unit 2 - Introduction to Hadoop
? Unit 3 - Hadoop planning and implementation
? Unit 4 - Hadoop configuration management
? Unit 5 - Hadoop administration


? Exercise 1 - Introduction to the lab environment
? Exercise 2 - Hadoop planning and implementation
? Exercise 3 - Hadoop configuration management
? Exercise 4 - Hadoop administration

PrerequisitesWhat should you know

Students must already know the basics of configuring and managing a Virtual I/O server, virtual devices and use of the HMC to manage partitions. This prerequisite can be met by attending the following courses:
? (LX21G) - PowerLinux Administration (LX21G)

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AudienceWho should attend

Anyone responsible for implementing and managing Hadoop on IBM Power Systems. The audience for this training includes the following:

? Hadoop administrators
? POWER technical support individuals
? POWER system administrators
? POWER system engineers
? POWER system architects