Join Jungwoo Ryoo for an in-depth discussion in this video Big data, part of Developer Career Paths and Certifications.
- [Instructor] Big data is a term that describes…a large dataset.…It's big data because it usually defines…a conventional processing model…that depends on a single computer.…The concept of big data is a moving target…because big data today may not be treated…as big data tomorrow.…Why? Because the storage and processing…capacities of a single computer will grow rapidly…due to technological advances.…
New tools are necessary to store and process…big data and they're all based on the idea…of distributed systems.…The concept of distributed systems is nothing new…but we can now implement distributed systems…much more effectively.…One important aspect of distributed systems…is distributed file systems which allows…commodity computers to share their file systems…across a network.…
Another facet is distributed processing which…divides a big job into many small pieces…that can be run on individual computers…without special hardware.…There are big data tools available for creating…a distributed file system such as Hadoop.…MapReduce and Spark are softer solutions…
- Technical preparation for IT career paths
- Importance of soft skills
- Software engineering career options
- Careers in system administration
- Working in cybersecurity
- Careers in data science
- Working with machine learning
- Pursuing certifications
- Preparation tips
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