Oracle Big Data Fundamentals

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  • Define Big Data.
  • Describe Oracle's Integrated Big Data Solution and its components.
  • Define the Hadoop Ecosystem and Cloudera's Distribution Including Apache Hadoop (CDH).
  • Use the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)to store, distribute, and replicate data across the nodes in the Hadoop cluster.
  • Acquire big data using the HDFS Command Line Interface, Flume, and Oracle NoSQL Database.
  • Use MapReduce and YARN for distributed processing of the data stored in the Hadoop cluster.
  • Process big data using MapReduce, YARN, Hive, Pig, Oracle XQuery for Hadoop, Solr, and Spark.
  • Integrate big data and warehouse data using Scoop, Oracle Big Data Connectors, Copy to BDA, Oracle Big Data SQL, Oracle Data Integrator, and Oracle GoldenGate.
  • Analyze big data using Oracle Big Data SQL, Oracle Advanced Analytics technologies, and Oracle Big Data Discovery.
  • Use and manage Oracle Big Data Appliance.
  • Secure your data.
 
Application Developers
Database Administrators
Hadoop Programmer
Hadoop/BigData Cluster Administrator
Database Basics (optional), Exposure to Big Data Basic, knowledge of Hadoop
  • Examine MapReduce programs and balance MapReduce jobs
  • Use the Oracle BigDataLite Virtual Machine
  • Review Oracle’s Big Data Management Architecture and Engineered Systems
  • Define Big Data
  • Identify Big Data Use Cases
  • Define the Hadoop ecosystem and its components
  • Examine MapReduce programs and balance MapReduce jobs
  • Use Oracle NoSQL Database
  • Use Oracle XQuery for Hadoop
  • Install, use, and administer the Oracle Big Data Appliance
  • Provide data security and enable resource management
Introduction
Lesson Objectives
Questions About You
Course Objectives
Course Road Map
Practice Environment
Connecting to the Course Environment (Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Machine) Using VNC
Starting the Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Version Machine 4.01
Introducing the Movieplex
Big Data and the Oracle Information Management System

Big Data Opportunities and Challenges
Oracle Information Management Architecture
Optimizing/Simplifying Architecture with Engineered Systems
Using Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Machine

Overview of the Big Data product stack
Access methods
Review the Oracle Big Data Virtual Machine Home page
Deep dive into the Oracle case study
Identify the data structures used
Understand the importance of filtering the data
Identify the Hadoop Command Guide URL, and review the fs and version commands that are used in the practice

Introduction to the Big Data Ecosystem
Lesson Objectives
Computer Clusters
Distributed Computing
The Hadoop Ecosystem
Hadoop Core Components
Choosing a Hadoop Distribution and Version
Types of Analysis That Use Hadoop
Cloudera’s Distribution Including Apache Hadoop (CDH) Architecture

Introduction to the Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)
Lesson Objectives
Hadoop Distributed Filesystem (HDFS)

Acquire Data using CLI, Fuse-DFS, and Flume
Introducing the CLI
Examining Fuse DFS
Using Flume

Using and Administering Oracle NoSQL Database
Define Oracle NoSQL Database
List Benefits
Load data into the DB
Access NoSQL Data
Plan an Oracle NoSQL Database installation and Node configuration
Configure and Deploy a KVStore
Using the GUI Interface (monitoring the KVStore)
Use the NoSQL Database Table Model (both CLI and Java API)

Introduction to MapReduce
Lesson Objectives
MapReduce
Interacting with MapReduce
MapReduce Daemons (Services) update based on YARN
Interacting With MapReduce
Fault Tolerance
MapReduce Examples

Using YARN to Manage Resources
YARN Overview
YARN: Theme 1
YARN: Theme 2
Job Submission in YARN
YARN Features
MapReduce 2.0: Overview
YARN Services

Overview of Apache Hive and Apache Pig
Apache Hive
Apache Pig

Overview of Cloudera Impala, Solr, and Apache Spark
Examining Cloudera Impala
Integrating Hadoop and Oracle
What is Apache Solr (Cloudera Serach)?
Cloudera Search: Key Capabilities, Features, Tasks, Indexes, and Collections
Introduction to Spark
Resilient Distributed Datasets (RDD) and Directed Acyclic Graph (DAG) Execution Engine
Overview of Scala Language

Using Oracle XQuery for Hadoop
Extensible Markup Language (XML)
XML Elements and Attributes
XML Path (XPath) Language: Node Types and Family Relationships
FLWOR Expressions
Oracle XQuery for Hadoop (OXH) Features and Data Flow
OXH Adapters and Configuration Properties
XQuery Transformation and Basic Filtering
Viewing the Completed OXH Job in YARN
Options for Integrating Your Big Data
Apache Sqoop
Oracle Loader for Hadoop (OLH)
Copy To BDA
Oracle SQL Connector for HDFS (OSCH)
Oracle Data Integrator (ODI) and Oracle GoldenGate (OGG)

Using Oracle Big Data SQL
Context: Exadata and Big Data Appliance
What is Big Data SQL?
Configuring Oracle Big Data SQL
Create Oracle Tables over HDFS data
Leverage the Hive Metastore to Access Data in Hadoop
Apply Oracle Database Security Policies Over Data in Hadoop
Combine HDFS and Oracle data for analysis (SQL Pattern Matching)

Using Oracle Advanced Analytics
Oracle Data Mining (ODM)
Oracle R Enterprise (ORE)
Oracle R Advanced Analytics for Hadoop (ORAAH)

Introducing Oracle Big Data Discovery
Discover Complex Data Using Oracle Big Data Discovery
Oracle R Enterprise (ORE) Performing Complex Event Processing
Decision Making Guidelines
Recommendations

Using the Oracle Big Data Appliance (BDA)
- Identify the Hardware and Software Components of Oracle Big Data Appliance
The Available Oracle BDA Configurations
Using the Mammoth Utility
Using Oracle BDA Configuration Generation Utility
BDA Configurations: Full Rack, Starter Rack, and In-Rack Expansion
Critical and Noncritical Nodes in an Oracle BDA CDH Cluster
Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM)

Managing the Oracle Big Data Appliance
Mammoth Installation Types and Steps
Monitoring the Oracle BDA
Oracle BDA Command-Line Interface
Monitor BDA with Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM)
Hadoop Cluster Monitoring
Using Cloudera Manager
Using Cloudera Hue to interact with CDH
Starting and Stopping Oracle BDA

Balancing MapReduce Jobs

Define the Perfect Balance Feature of Oracle BDA
Use Perfect Balance to Balance MapReduce Jobs
Run Job Analyzer as a Stand-alone Utility or With Perfect Balance
Identify, Locate, and Read the Generated Reports
Collect additional Metrics with Job Analyzer
Configure Perfect Balance
Use chopping (partitioning of values)
Troubleshoot Jobs Running with Perfect Balance and Use the Perfect Balance Examples

Securing Your Data on the BDA
Security Levels
Authentication, Authorization, Auditing, and Encryption
BDA Secure Installation: Kerberos, Sentry, Oracle Audit Vault, and Encryption
Strong Authentication With Kerberos
Cloudera Navigator
Configure Perfect Balance