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With Gologica’s course on NoSQL, learn this new technology end to end with our experts. We provide the training with use cases and live projects and help you get skilled in all the key and critical features of NoSQL.


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GoLogica is offering NoSQL Database instructor led course with an in-depth curriculum designed by industry experts who have a vast experience in the database domain. NoSQL database has been designed to handle the demands of developing modern day applications which handle many types for data types and undergo many changes and modifications frequently.

Relational databases are not very well designed to cope with the applications that are accessed from different devices across the globe and are always up and running to millions of users 24X7.  Organizations are moving to cloud computing instead of monolithic servers. In order to cater to all these requirements, organizations are moving to NoSQL database.

With GoLogica’s course on NoSQL, learn this new technology end to end with our experts. We provide the training with use cases and live projects and help you get skilled in all the key and critical features of NoSQL.

What you will learn in NoSQL database course?

Gologica’s NoSQL database course will include the following - Introduction to NoSQL, installation and configuration, Cassandra data model, Cassandra architecture,  Cassandra monitoring and administration, MongoDB introduction, installation and configuration, CRUD and MongoDB Shell, schema design and modeling, indexing and aggregation, CouchDb - introduction, installation and configuration, CouchDb - development and deploying sample application, Redis -introduction, installation and configuration. HBase-introduction, installation and configuration.

Who should take this NoSQL database training?

Web developers, IT manager, software engineers, Architects can do this course to enhance their skill set and get a growth in their career. 

What are the prerequisites for taking the NoSQL database training?

Prerequisites for NoSQL database course is to be technically sound in software programming and RDBMS. Freshers with technical background or programming knowledge and who want to venture into this technology can also do this course.

Why should you go for the NoSQL database course?

GoLogica’s in depth, technical, thorough and comprehensive course curriculum will get you an edge to your career. The credit that this certification would add to your resume is immense and would take you a long way in your career graph. Keeping your skill set up to date with the new breakthrough technologies that are in demand is the best way to go.


Salary as per Market

According to Glassdoor latest reports, NoSQL database is paid around $ 97k to $ 115k.

Introduction to NoSQL Systems

Gartner's Definition of Big Data

Limitations of Relational Databases

Limitations of Relational Databases (Cont'd)

What are NoSQL (Not Only SQL) Databases?

What are NoSQL Databases?

The Past and Present of the NoSQL World

NoSQL Database Properties

NoSQL Benefits

Use Cases for NoSQL Database Systems

NoSQL Database Storage Types

The CAP Theorem

Mechanisms to Guarantee a Single CAP Property

NoSQL Systems CAP Triangle

Limitations of NoSQL Databases

Mix-and-Match Approach

Big Data Sharding

Sharding Example

Google BigTable

BigTable-based Applications

BigTable Design

Barriers to Adoption

Dismantling Barriers to Adoption

Industry trends

NoSQL Technology Adoption Action Plan

Apache HBase

What is HBase?

HBase Design

HBase Master (HMaster)

Sparse Data Sets

Regions and Region Servers

HBase Features

HBase High Availability

The Write-Ahead Log (WAL) and MemStore

HBase vs RDBS

HBase vs RDBS (Cont'd)

Interfacing with HBase

HBase Thrift and REST Gateway

HBase Table Design

Column Families

A Cell's Value Versioning

Timestamps

Accessing Cells

HBase Table Design Digest

The Conceptual View of an HBase Table

HBase Compaction

Loading Data in HBase

Column Families Notes

Cardinality of Column Families

Hotspotting

Rowkey Design Notes

Security

HBase Shell

HBase Shell Command Groups

Creating and Populating a Table Using HBase Shell

Getting a Cell's Value

Counting Rows in an HBase Table

HBase Java Client

HBase Scanners

The Scan Class

The KeyValue Class

The Result Class

Getting Versions of Cell Values Example

The Cell Interface

HBase Java Client Example

Scanning the Table Rows

Dropping a Table

The Bytes Utility Class

Table Schema Main Rules to Follow

Good Use Cases for HBase

Not Good Use Cases for HBase

Business Continuity Caveats

 Introduction to MongoDB

MongoDB

Main Features

MongoDB's Logo

Positioning of MongoDB

The CAP Placement

MongoDB Clients

MongoDB Nexus Architecture

Blending the Best of Both Worlds

What Makes MongoDB Fast?

Pluggable Storage Engines

The BSON Data Format

BSON Caveats

MongoDB Terminology

MongoDB Data Model

MongoDB Data Model (Cont'd)

The _id Primary Key Filed Considerations

Indexes

(Traditional) Data Modeling in RDBMS

Data Modeling in MongoDB

An Example of a Data Model in MongoDB

MongoDB Data Modeling

A Sample JSON Document Matching the Schema

To Normalize or Denormalize? Is that a Question?

MongoDB Query Language (QL)

The

find()

Method

The limit()

 

Method

A MongoDB QL Example

Query Syntax is Driver-Specific!

More Client Code Examples

MongoDB Query to SQL Select Comparison

Data Inserts

Data Lifecycle Management

Data Lifecycle Management: TTL

Data Lifecycle Management: Capped Collections

Data Sharding

Data Replication

GridFS

MongoDB Security

Authentication

Data and Network Encryption

MongoDB Limitations

MongoDB Use Cases

Apache Cassandra

What is Apache Cassandra?

Main Features

Peer-to-Peer (No Master)

Wide Column Store NoSQL Databases

Cassandra Model vs Relational Model

Column Families

Columns

Simplified Data Model

Data Model

The Cap Placement

CQL

CQL Simple Examples

The Update Statement

Update Caveats

Update Statement with TTL and TIMESTAMP Examples

Collections

Example of Using a Set Collection

Using the List Collection

Data Replication

Visualizing Data Replication

The Write Path

Sequential Data Storage Engine

Java Client Code Example

Data Distribution

Native Aggregate Functions

Creating UDFs

HBase vs Apache Cassandra

Cassandra vs MongoDB

Security

WAN-Wide High Availability

 Introduction to Hadoop

The Client – Server Processing Pattern

Apache Hadoop

Apache Hadoop Logo

Typical Hadoop Applications

Hadoop Clusters

Hadoop Distributions

Hadoop's Main Components

Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS)

HDFS Considerations

Data Blocks

HDFS NameNode Directory Diagram

HDFS Balancing

Accessing HDFS

Examples of HDFS Commands

Other Supported File Systems

YARN

Hadoop-based Systems for Data Analysis

MapReduce

Similarity with SQL Aggregation Operations

MapReduce Word Count Example

Distributed Computing Economics

Discussion: Divide and Conquer

Apache Pig

Pig Latin

Running Pig

Pig Latin Script Example

What is Hive?

Hive's Value Proposition

Who uses Hive?

What Hive Does Not Have

HiveQL

Working with Hive Tables

 Introduction to Functional Programming

What is Functional Programming (FP)?

Terminology: Higher-Order Functions

Terminology: Lambda vs Closure

A Short List of Languages that Support FP

FP with Java

FP With JavaScript

Imperative Programming in JavaScript

The JavaScript map (FP) Example

The JavaScript reduce (FP) Example

Using reduce to Flatten an Array of Arrays (FP) Example

The JavaScript filter (FP) Example

Common High-Order Functions in Python

Common High-Order Functions in Scala

Elements of FP in R

Introduction to Apache Spark

What is Apache Spark

A Short History of Spark

Where to Get Spark?

The Spark Platform

Spark Logo

Common Spark Use Cases

Languages Supported by Spark

Running Spark on a Cluster

The Driver Process

Spark Applications

Spark Shell

The spark-submit Tool

The spark-submit Tool Configuration

The Executor and Worker Processes

The Spark Application Architecture

Interfaces with Data Storage Systems

Limitations of Hadoop's MapReduce

Spark vs MapReduce

Spark as an Alternative to Apache Tez

The Resilient Distributed Dataset (RDD)

Spark Streaming (Micro-batching)

Spark SQL

Example of Spark SQL

Spark Machine Learning Library

GraphX

Spark vs R

The Spark Shell

The Spark Shell

The Spark Shell UI

Spark Shell Options

Getting Help

The Spark Context (sc) and SQL Context (sqlContext)

The Shell Spark Context

Loading Files

Saving Files

Basic Spark ETL Operations

Summary

Spark RDDs

The Resilient Distributed Dataset (RDD)

Ways to Create an RDD

Custom RDDs

Supported Data Types

RDD Operations

RDDs are Immutable

Spark Actions

RDD Transformations

Other RDD Operations

Chaining RDD Operations

RDD Lineage

The Big Picture

What May Go Wrong

Checkpointing RDDs

Local Checkpointing

Parallelized Collections

More on parallelize() Method

The Pair RDD

Where do I use Pair RDDs?

Example of Creating a Pair RDD with Map

Example of Creating a Pair RDD with keyBy

Miscellaneous Pair RDD Operations

RDD Caching

RDD Persistence

The Tachyon Storage

Our trainers are Highly experienced in implementing real-time solutions on different Scenarios and Expert in their professionals.

We record each LIVE class session you undergo through this online course and we will share the recordings of each session/class.

Trainer will Provide Detailed installation of required software through LMS to the students we support by providing online course and practical in real time experience with all utilities required for completely understanding of this online course.

Yes, there are some group discount are available only if group contain more than 2 Or more participates.

Yes. All the course sessions will be a LIVE Online Streaming using either through GoToMeeting or WebEx You will be shared with live meeting access while Session Starts

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Yes we will Schedule a Demo Session as per the student convenient by sharing LIVE Online Streaming access either through GoToMeeting or WebEx.

If you are enrolled in online classes and you have paid fees, but want to cancel the registration for certain reason, it can be done within 48 hours of initial registration. Please make a note that refunds will be processed within 15 days of prior request

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You can clarify your queries by dialling +91 - 82 9696 0414, +1 (646) 586 - 2969 Or you can send a mail to info@gologica.com. We are ready to clear your enquiries at any time

At the end of this course, you will receive a course completion certificate which certifies that you have successfully completed GoLogica training in NoSQL technology.

You will get certified in NoSQL by clearing the online examination with a minimum score of 70%.

To help you prepare for a certification exam, we shall provide you a simulation exam and a practice exam.

 

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Very good and supportive institute for NoSQL Training.There are no restrictions or special timings for batches they supported to getting calls also. And Trainers are very skilled experts and practical knowledge they have.


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