Data Engineering Foundations LiveLessons Part 1: Using Spark, Hive, and Hadoop Scalable Tools

Video description

6+ Hours of Video Instruction

Overview

Data Engineering Foundations Part1: Using Spark, Hive, and Hadoop Scalable Tools LiveLessons provides over six hours of video introducing you to the Apache Hadoop big data ecosystem. The tutorial includes background information and demonstrates the core components of data engineering and scalability, including Apache PySpark, Hadoop, Hadoop Distributed File Systems (HDFS), MapReduce, Hive, and the

Zeppelin web notebook. It also covers the use of basic Linux command line analytic tools. All lesson examples and open-source software used in these LiveLessons are freely available on a companion virtual machine that enables continued exploration of the lesson examples.

About the Instructor

Doug Eadline , Ph.D., began his career as Analytical Chemist with an interest in computer methods. Starting with the first Beowulf how-to document, Doug has written instructional documents covering many aspects of Linux HPC, Hadoop, and Analytics computing. Currently Doug serves as editor of theClusterMonkey.net website and lead architect for Limulus-Computing.com maker of desk-side cluster appliances. Previously he was editor of ClusterWorld Magazine and senior HPC Editor for Linux Magazine. He is also a writer and consultant to the scalable HPC/Analytics industry. His recent video tutorials and books include of the Hadoop Fundamentals LiveLessons (Addison Wesley) video, Hadoop 2 Quick Start Guide (Addison Wesley),High Performance Computing for Dummies (Wiley) and Practical Data Science with Hadoop and Spark (Co-author, Addison Wesley).

Skill Level

Beginner

Intermediate

Learn How To

● Understand basic data engineering concepts

● Understand Apache Hadoop, MapReduce, and Spark operation

● Understand scalable systems

● Use Linux command line analytic tools

● Use Apache Zeppelin web notebooks with different tools

● Use Apache Hadoop and the Hadoop Distributed File System

● Use Apache Hadoop MapReduce with Python

● Use the Apache Hive Scalable Database

● Use Apache PySpark with MapReduce

● Use Apache PySpark with dataframes and Hive tables

Who Should Take This Course

● Users, developers, and administrators interested in learning the fundamental aspects and operations of date engineering and scalable systems

Course Requirements

● Basic understanding of programming and application development

● A working knowledge of Linux systems, command line, and tools

● Familiarity with Python, SQL, and the Bash shell

Table of Contents

Introduction Lesson 1: Background Concepts

Learning objectives:

1.1 Understand big data and data analytics concepts

1.2 Understand Hadoop as a big data platform

1.3 Understand Hadoop MapReduce basics

1.4 Understand Spark language basics

Lesson 2: Working with Scalable Systems

Learning objectives:

2.1 Understand scalable concepts

2.2 Emulate scalable systems

2.3 Use Linux command line analytics tools

2.4 Use the Zeppelin web notebook

Lesson 3: Using the Hadoop HDFS File System

Learning objectives:

3.1 Understand HDFS basics

3.2 Use HDFS command line tools

3.3 Use the HDF web interface

Lesson 4: Using Hadoop MapReduce

Learning objectives:

4.1 Understand the MapReduce paradigm and platform

4.2 Understand parallel MapReduce

4 3 Run MapReduce examples

4.4 Use the streaming interface

4.5 Use the MapReduce (YARN) web interface

Lesson 5: Using the Hive Scalable Database

Learning objectives:

5.1 Run a Hive SQL example using the command line

5.2 Run a Hive example using a Zeppelin notebook

Lesson 6 : Using the Apache PySpark

Learning objectives:

6.1 Understand Spark language basics

6.2 Understand SparkSession and Context

6.3 Use PySpark for MapReduce programing

6.4 Run a PySpark example using a Zeppelin notebook

Summary

Lesson Descriptions

Lesson 1: Background Concepts

In Lesson 1, Doug introduces you to the important concepts you need to know to understand the big data, Hadoop, and Spark ecosystem. He begins with a description of big data and big data analytic concepts and then presents Hadoop as a big data platform. He then turns to the basics of Hadoop and the Spark language to finish up the lesson.

Lesson 2: Working with Scalable Systems

In Lesson 2, Doug introduces you to working with scalable systems. The lessons start with Doug covering scalable computing concepts and then turns to a freely-available Linux-based virtual machine that is runnable on most laptop and desktop systems. Using this virtual machine, you can run most of the examples in the lessons. Doug also uses the virtual machine to demonstrate some of the Linux command line analytic tools and introduce the Zeppelin web notebook.

Lesson 3: Using the Hadoop HDFS File System

Doug explains the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) in Lesson 3. He also presents a quick-start on how to use HDFS command line tools. Finally, he finishes up the lesson by explaining how to use the HDFS web interface.

Lesson 4: Using Hadoop MapReduce

In this lesson Doug explains and demonstrates how to use Hadoop MapReduce. He begins with an explanation of the MapReduce algorithm and how it operates in a clustered parallel environment. Doug then demonstrates how to run MapReduce examples and use the Hadoop streaming interface on your local machine. He concludes the lesson by demonstrating Hadoop performance using a four-node Hadoop cluster and the web-based MapReduce jobs interface.

Lesson 5: Using the Hive Scalable Database

In Lesson 5, Doug introduces the Hive scalable database. Based on Hadoop MapReduce, Hive is used to derive a new feature from an existing dataset. This important data engineering process is demonstrated from both the command line and the Zeppelin web notebook,

Lesson 6 : Using the Apache PySpark

In the final lesson of Part 1, Doug introduces PySpark. Based on the underlying Spark language, PySpark enables Python programmers to learn scalable data engineering. Before the hand-on lessons, Doug provides a solid introduction to Spark and PySpark operations. This background includes using the Spark web interface and demonstrates how to manage a SparkSession and a SparkContext for distributed operation. Examples of MapReduce programming and DataFrame operations are presented from both the command line and a Zeppelin notebook. The lesson concludes with the operations needed to transfer data to and from PySpark and Hive database tables.

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Product information

  • Title: Data Engineering Foundations LiveLessons Part 1: Using Spark, Hive, and Hadoop Scalable Tools
  • Author(s): Doug Eadline
  • Release date: December 2021
  • Publisher(s): Addison-Wesley Professional
  • ISBN: 0137440584