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Big Data Architectures at Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya

Today and Wednesday (the 13rd and the 15th of March 2017), our R&D Director will be in Barcelona to give a course about Big Data Architectures.

The objective is to learn the basic concepts and details to take into account when designing a Big Data Architecture. The student will learn the impact of technical & functional constraints on the storage and processing choices. Going further the course will show, through industrial use cases, the raise of new architecture patterns. The course includes a practical part with hands-on session on distributed frameworks.

Contents :

  • Terminology & Concepts
  • Distributed architecture
  • Big Data Storage
  • Big Data Processing
  • Big Data Architecture Patterns (Hands-on session)
  • Distributed processing with Apache Flink / Spark
  • Data manipulation with Apache Pig

For more details, contact Oscar Romero ( oromero@essi.upc.edu )

Want to host Sabri Skhiri for a course in your university? Contact research@euranova.eu

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