Oracle Corporation
OTN Developer Day – Oracle Big Data May 2013

Overview

An influx of new data types combined with new approaches for analyzing data is creating untapped growth opportunities that have the potential to transform your business. Oracle is the first vendor to provide a complete and integrated set of enterprise-ready products to address the full spectrum of big data business requirements. Jumpstart your understanding of big data in the enterprise by attending this complimentary one-day hands-on workshop. You will learn from technical experts how to:
  • Application Development & Schema Design with Oracle NoSQL Database
  • Turn Unstructured Data into Meaningful Business Metrics Using MapReduce
  • Use Data from a Hadoop Cluster with Oracle Database
  • Make the Right Offers to Customers Using Oracle Advanced Analytics
Register today to learn these skills which you can immediately put to use within your organization

Abstracts

KeyNote – Oracle’s Big Data Solution

You've been hearing a lot about how big data is game changing technology - allowing companies to enrich their data management platforms with insights gained from unstructured and semi-structured data. Understand what big data really is, why big data enables new business opportunities, and how Oracle provide a complete and integrated set of enterprise-ready products to address critical big data requirements.

Hands-on Lab 1: Application Development & Schema Design with Oracle NoSQL Database

Learn how to design schemas, implement application logic, and manage the Oracle NoSQL Database. Oracle NoSQL Database is a distributed scalable key value store that delivers low latency for demanding big data applications. This session will showcase real-world examples on how to leverage these capabilities – featuring an online movie streaming company as a use case.

Hand-on Lab 2: Turn Unstructured Data into Meaningful Business Metrics Using MapReduce

Learn how to write MapReduce code and understand when to use MapReduce versus related solutions. One of the crucial skills in the big data world is being able to understand the basics of Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) and the MapReduce framework. This session shows you how to work with HDFS and construct a basic MapReduce job that leverages Oracle’s big data software stack. After this session, you will have an understanding of how Hadoop, HDFS, and MapReduce work and be ready to start work on your own big data projects.

Hands-on Lab 3: Use Data from a Hadoop Cluster with Oracle Database

Learn to use Oracle SQL Connector for HDFS and Oracle Loader for Hadoop, part of Oracle Big Data Connectors. These connectors provide SQL access to data in HDFS and Hive from Oracle Database and load data from Hadoop into Oracle Database. The high performance and efficient connectors are optimized for Hadoop and Oracle Database. This session will cover using the connectors and the various available options.

Hands-on Lab 4: Make the Right Offers to Customers Using Oracle Advanced Analytics

Oracle makes the popular R statistical programming language and environment ready for the enterprise and big data through tight integration with Oracle Database and Hadoop. Learn how you can use R to work with big data resident in Oracle Database or HDFS, how to operationalize big data analytics, and learn principles and best practices for developing analytics on big data.


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