Preparing Databases for Your Production Hadoop Cloudera Cluster
Big Data is a natural evolution of data analysis, scaling beyond the limits of conventional databases - with Hadoop being the core foundation. In this course learn how to setup databases for Cloudera CDH and install a production grade Hadoop cluster.
Big Data is a natural evolution of data analysis, scaling beyond the limits of conventional databases. However, this does not mean that databases are dead. On the contrary, they are still an important part of a Hadoop cluster and used to store all kinds of information by multiple services. In this course, Preparing Databases for Your Production Hadoop Cloudera Cluster, you'll learn how to setup databases for Cloudera CDH and install a production grade cluster using Cloudera's Installation Path B. First, you'll discover how to select, initialize, and install a supported database. Next, you'll explore how to configure a database with Cloudera's recommended settings, and how to create databases with CDH services. Finally, you'll learn how to complete a CDH deployment. By the end of this course, you'll be able to deploy a production grade cluster.
Course SyllabusCourse Overview- 1m 37s
—Course Overview 1m 37sUnderstanding Databases in Big Data and with Cloudera CDH- 10m 16s
—Preparing Databases for Your Production Hadoop Cloudera Cluster 2m 33s
—Roadmap to Understanding Databases in Hadoop with Cloudera 1m 32s
—A Story of Databases in Big Data 1m 52s
—Checking Cloudera's Documentation: DBs and OS for CDH 2m 42s
—Course Objective: Path B Install for a Production Hadoop Cluster 0m 45s
—Takeaway 0m 50sSetting up a Production Database for Your Hadoop Cluster- 24m 56sConfiguring Your MySQL Database for Cloudera Manager (Path B)- 10m 18sPreparing Your Databases and Deploying CDH- 27m 49sPreparing Your Database for High Availability- 12m 57sFinal Takeaway- 3m 22s