Apache Hadoop training coming to new cities in 2011
Due to expanding interest and demand for Apache Hadoop knowledge and skills across the mid-west and western states Cloudera is bringing Hadoop training to several new cities including St. Louis, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Dallas starting in January 2011. In order to meet the demand for Hadoop developers and operators we will be offering both our Hadoop Training for System Administrators and Hadoop Training for Developers classes in all of these cities.
Hadoop Training for System Administrators is a two-day intensive course on Hadoop for operations staff. The course describes Hadoop’s architecture, provides hardware and network recommendations, covers management and monitoring tools, and provides valuable advice on setting up, maintaining, and troubleshooting Hadoop for development and production systems. This course includes the certification exam to become a Cloudera Certified Hadoop Administrator.
Hadoop Training for Developers is a three-day course for developers who want to learn how to use Hadoop to build powerful data processing applications. This course assumes only a casual understanding of Hadoop and teaches you everything you need to know to take advantage of some of the most powerful features. This course includes ample time for hands-on exercises, including writing Java MapReduce code, importing data from existing sources, working with Apache Hive and Apache Pig, implementing common algorithms, and much more. The course also includes the certification exam to become a Cloudera Certified Hadoop Developer.
Here are the links for the new training courses:
We’re adding new locations all the time – see the full schedule