Please note: This appliance is for testing and educational purposes only; it is unsupported and not to be used in production.
Oracle Big Data Lite Virtual Machine provides an integrated environment to help you get started with the Oracle Big Data platform. Many Oracle Big Data platform components have been installed and configured - allowing you to begin using the system right away. The following components are included on Oracle Big Data Lite:
Deployment Guide provides step-by-step instructions for download and deployment.
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To get started:
You can load your own data into the VM or use the Oracle MoviePlex demo data that's provided. Oracle has created videos, sample code and hands-on labs based on Oracle MoviePlex that will help you learn how to develop big data applications using Oracle's big data platform. All of the collateral used to develop this application is included in the VM.
Oracle MoviePlex is a fictitious on-line movie streaming company. Customers log into Oracle MoviePlex where they are presented with a targeted list of movies based on their past viewing behavior. Because of this personalized experience and reliable and fast performance, customers spend a lot of money with the company and it has become extremely profitable :).
There are several hands-on-labs available to help you get started with the platform:
|Oracle Big Data Learning Library||Numerous hands on labs and videos for capabilities that span the Oracle Big Data platform.|
|Use Oracle NoSQL Database in the context of the Oracle MoviePlex application. Create schemas, load data and then utilize that data in the online movie application.|
|Oracle NoSQL Database - Installation/cluster topology deployment (pdf | scripts)||Learn how simple and intuitive it is to deploy a highly available (production ready) Oracle NoSQL Database cluster.|
|Data Manipulation with Hive and Pig (pdf)||Quick introduction to HDFS, Pig and Hive.|
|Use Oracle Loader for Hadoop to efficiently load data into the Oracle Database using MapReduce jobs. Access data in HDFS directly from the Oracle Database using Oracle SQL Connector for Hadoop.|
|Using SQL Pattern Matching||This series features both OBEs and recorded webcasts. Learn how to use SQL for Pattern Matching. Row pattern matching in native SQL improves application and development productivity and query efficiency for row-sequence analysis.|
|Coming soon! Oracle Advanced Analytics HOLs|
Listed below are some resources to help you learn more about the Oracle big data platform: