Introduction to Big Data, Hadoop and NoSQL
In the last few weeks I participated in the training of a DBA course in John Bryce education center in Israel.
The course is titled “Master DBA” – it’s an 8 month evening course to train new DBAs from head to tail. It’s divided into two parts; the first part is about SQL, PL/SQL, and OU “Oracle Database Administration Workshop” parts 1 and 2. The students are then encouraged to take the OCA and OCP certification exams. After finishing this part, the students learn Linux, scripting and other IT skills a DBA should have.
In the second half of the course, the students learn about Big Data (mostly Hadoop), Python (as a programming language) and NoSQL (MongoDB or CouchBase, not really sure).
Yesterday I gave a class about the introduction to Big Data, Hadoop, and NoSQL.