Introduction to SAS® and Hadoop
This course teaches you how to use SAS programming methods to read, write, and manipulate Hadoop data. Base SAS methods that are covered include reading and writing raw data with the DATA step and managing the Hadoop file system and executing Map-Reduce and Pig code from SAS via the HADOOP procedure. In addition, the SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop methods that allow LIBNAME access and SQL pass-through techniques to read and write Hadoop Hive tables structures is part of this course. Although not covered in any detail, a brief overview of additional SAS and Hadoop technologies, including DS2, high-performance analytics, SAS LASR Server, and in- memory Statistics, as well as the computing infrastructure and data access methods that support these, is also part of this course. This course is included in the Expert Exchange on Hadoop: Using SAS/ACCESS service offering to configure SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop or SAS/ACCESS Interface to Impala to work with your Hadoop environment.
This course can help prepare you for the following certification exam(s): SAS Big Data Programming and Loading.Learn how to
Who should attendSAS programmers that need to access data in Hadoop from within SAS
Before attending this course, you should be comfortable programming in SAS and Structured Query Language (SQL). You can gain this experience from the SAS® SQL 1: Essentials course. You can gain knowledge of SAS from the SAS® Programming 1: Essentials course. A working knowledge of Hadoop is helpful.
This course addresses SAS/ACCESS Interface to Hadoop.
|Dates||Location||Time||Language||Fee||Add to Cart|
|10-13 DEC 2019||Live Web||01:00 PM-04:30 PM EST||English||1,300 USD / 2.6 EPTO|
|19-20 NOV 2019||Arlington, VA||09:00 AM-05:00 PM EST||English||1,300 USD / 2.6 EPTO|
|29 OCT-01 NOV 2019||Live Web||01:00 PM-04:30 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD / 2.6 EPTO|
|21-22 OCT 2019||Cary, NC||09:00 AM-05:00 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD / 2.6 EPTO|
|11-12 SEP 2019||New York, NY||09:00 AM-05:00 PM EDT||English||1,300 USD / 2.6 EPTO|