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Big Data And Hadoop

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A training on Big Data and the Hadoop training courses offered at IIHT have a huge demand in the job market today. IIHT enables you to explore a unique way of learning new skills with the professional training approach. A training in Big Data and Analytics can lead to better job opportunities. To learn Hadoop to an advanced level, join IIHT today.

Programme Highlights

CERTIFICATION

Get prepared for globally recognized Certifications

EXPERIENCED FACULTY

Get trained from industry-experts

GLOBAL PRESENCE

150+ centres spread over 20+ countries

iSMAC

Programmes based on IT-IMS, Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud

LAB FACILITY

State-of-the-art Infrastructure based on latest technologies

PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE

Dedicated Placement Cell for IIHT students

Big Data and Hadoop is one of our Engineering Programmes under the category of ‘’A” in iSMAC (IT-IMS, Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud).

Big Data is the amount of data getting generated every split of a second world-over! Hadoop is a distributed processing technology used for Big Data analysis. Hadoop market is expanding at a significant rate, as Hadoop technology provides cost effective and quick solutions compared to traditional data analysis tools such as RDBMS. The Hadoop Market has great future prospects in trade and transportation, BFSI and retail sector. Global Hadoop market was valued at $1.5 billion in 2012, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 58.2% during 2013 to 2020 and to reach $50.2 billion by 2020.

The major drivers for the market growth is the growing volume of structured and unstructured data, increasing demand for big data analytics and quick and affordable data processing services offered by Hadoop technology.

IIHT’s Big Data and Hadoop is a custom tailored programme that opens the doors for you to enter the Big Data Era!

Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Kolkata are few of the top cities having IIHT Centres. You are sure to find one close to you.

  1. Big Data and Hadoop is very much in demand due to large volumes of unstructured data generated every single day.
  2. The Hadoop market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) 58% surpassing $1 billion by 2020.
  3. “Companies hiring Hadoop professionals Analytics professionals in India obtain a 250 percent hike in their salaries.” (According to Analytics Industry Report)
  4. More enterprises are deploying Hadoop as it provides scalable, cost-effective storage and faster processing of big data.

Programme Outline:

At IIHT’s engineering programme in Big Data and Hadoop, you will learn Java Fundamentals, Hadoop Fundamentals, HDFS, MapReduce, Spark, Hive, PigLatin, HBase, Sqoop, Yarn, MongoDB and Hadoop Security.

Who should go for this Programme?

This programme is designed to cater the needs of freshers as well as experienced professionals. You get a complete exposure to the Hadoop environment and can do the tasks independently.

What is the Duration of this programme?

100 hours

Apart from IIHT Certification, also get prepared for globally recognized certifications like:

  • HDP Certified Developer (HDPCD)

FAQ

Q. Why should we go for classroom instructor-led training instead of online training?

Classroom Instructor-led training is much more effective than online training. The face-to- face classroom sessions not only make you more focused but also more employable in the job market.

Q. How is the faculty?

All the trainers at IIHT are industry experts having rich experience. They are carefully hand-picked and undergo rigorous training at IIHT, before they actually start taking classes.

Q. Why should I enroll at IIHT, as other Institutes are offering the same programme at lower fees?

The course curriculum, quality of trainers and lab facilitates at IIHT are unparallel with respect to any other IT Institute in India. Also, IIHT is the only IT Institute having 150+ centres across the global, offering Programmes based on iSMAC Technologies.

Q. How is my performance assessed?

Your performance will be assessed based on an online examination conducted at IIHT.

Q. What if I miss a class or a couple of classes?

If you miss any class, based on the available batches, you can request to attend the required class(es) again. And moreover, the faculty is always available to lend you a helping hand.

Q. What if I fail to clear the examination?

If in case you fail to clear the online examination, you can re-attempt to clear it.

Q. Will I get extra support, if required?

Yes of course! You can attend extra classes, speak to your faculty and get your doubts cleared.

Q. In case I want to change my centre?

Change of centre is addressed on case to case basis. You can speak to your respective centre for the same.

Q. What are the payment methods?

Payment methods vary from person to person. Get it clarified from the respective centre where you are enrolled. You can also opt for installment method of payment.

Q. Will I get placement assistance?

Yes, of course! IIHT has an exclusive placement portal for its students, which provides placement assistance. Also, improve your English speaking and writing skills to enhance your employability and gain interview skills.

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