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Posted on 03-14-16 11:01 AM     Reply [Subscribe]
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I am trying to get into Hadoop Technology (hadoop admin to start with) but couldn't find any good place to get the appropriate training.
Does anyone know a consultancy that provides training in Hadoop Admin and also helps with the placement.
Any help will be highly appreciated.
Posted on 03-15-16 7:27 AM     [Snapshot: 229]     Reply [Subscribe]
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Hi Sajhappl,
I was also researching on Hadoop Admin Training for the affordable and quality training. The best one I found till now based on the quality was from Edureka. I took one demo class from them and the instructor is comparitively good compared to others.

Disclaimer: I am not affiliated to Edureka.
Posted on 03-15-16 7:50 AM     [Snapshot: 252]     Reply [Subscribe]
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I was recommended edureka too by one of my friends. can you share details about it please?
Posted on 03-15-16 1:33 PM     [Snapshot: 360]     Reply [Subscribe]
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First go through the courses available in It has all the courses with Labs and Videos and you can download the courses and practice it offline too. The best part is all courses are prepared by IBM. (No worries about the Quality) It has all data science courses that you can name it.

If you want to move your career to data science, this is the first baby step you should make which provides you all the fundamentals that you need. Go through the site, and let me know if it helps you.

Welcome to the journey of big data.

Once you finish the fundamentals, you can go to and for learning R and Python.
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Posted on 03-15-16 1:49 PM     [Snapshot: 369]     Reply [Subscribe]
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From my personal experience edureka is good site but because it is online university it doesn't enforce you to have necessary skill before you jump into the Big Data e.g Java.
Because of this you will face some very unnecessary basic question from your peers. But overall it's good online training institute with affordable price.

Since you are looking for placement, they will not help you for placement though. For that it's better you take local on site training instead of edureka.

Also can I know why do you want to get into Big data world? Not to scare you but Big data world is quite Big. I mean it's yugggggggggggggggggge like Bernie Yuggggggeee. hehe
You got to know lot of different tools like Java, some linux background, some datawarhousing background etc.

The reason why I don't like this open source project is that they change so much and they are marketed with very big hype. You have to use 10 different tools to just to get basic thing done and those tools change so much. Tough Spark/Scala try to solve those problems but in my opinion it's not there yet.
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You are right, it's so big and they have N number of tools and one get lost inside it. I am interested in Big Data since it can help to tap the unstructured data and able to create the business value out of it.
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I've been learning Hadoop on my own for few months now and in my opinion, the number of tools you need to know is overwhelming to master Big Data.
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Guys, thanks for sharing this information. It's really helpful.

I have a question for Ohio bro. Which one you think is better for these online IT courses-- Edureka or SimpliLearn? I'm already in IT (halka novice, still) and want to look further.

Thanks in advance.
Posted on 03-17-16 7:54 PM     [Snapshot: 727]     Reply [Subscribe]
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@Haina ho Serey
My personal preference would be edureka based on their user reviews and youtube videos. why don't you take a demo class for both of these companies if you are in dilemma? First demo class is free.


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