Oracle offers a comprehensive big data platform. This course is aimed for beginners who are looking to learn about what big data architecture looks like and how such architecture is fulfilled using Oracle's big data platform.
Big data is a large ecosystem that requires students to learn variety of skill sets. In this course, Starting with Oracle Big Data, you will learn the overall end-to-end big data architecture within the context of Oracle's big data platform. First, you will learn how to integrate and transform data from various sources. Next, you will discover how to manage, access, and query data. Finally, you will explore how to analyze data for insights. When you are finished with this course, you will have a foundational understanding of big data architectures and what Oracle offers in the big data space.
Course Overview Hello everyone. My name is Mohamad Halabi, and welcome to my course about Oracle Big Data. I'm a technical advisor and the cloud architect at Oracle. Oracle big data is not a singular product. Rather, it's a comprehensive big data platform that includes capabilities spanning data integration, data management, and data analysis. In this course, we will look through a typical end-to-end big data architecture. Each module of the course covers part Oracle capability of this architecture. In each module, we'll first spend time setting the context, explaining where the capability fits within the overall big data ecosystem, why is it important, and when to use it. We will then cover the technology architecture of the capability without diving into too much details. And then there will be at least one demo per capability for you to get hands-on practice using a pre-built virtual machine. So this is in introductory course targeting audience who are looking to sharpen their big data knowledge in general, and of course, Oracle developers who are looking to learn about Oracle's big data platform with hands-on knowledge. Okay, buckle up and be ready to start your journey learning about Oracle big data.