A training on Big Data and the Hadoop training courses offered at IIHT have a huge demand in the job market today. IIHT enables you to explore a unique way of learning new skills with the professional training approach. A training in Big Data and Analytics can lead to better job opportunities. To learn Hadoop to an advanced level, join IIHT today.
Big Data is the amount of data getting generated every split of a second world-over! Hadoop is a distributed processing technology used for Big Data analysis. Hadoop market is expanding at a significant rate, as Hadoop technology provides cost effective and quick solutions compared to traditional data analysis tools such as RDBMS. The Hadoop Market has great future prospects in trade and transportation, BFSI and retail sector. Global Hadoop market was valued at $1.5 billion in 2012, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 58.2% during 2013 to 2020 and to reach $50.2 billion by 2020.
Big Data and Hadoop is one of our Engineering Programmes under the category of ‘’A” in iSMAC (IT-IMS, Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud).
WHY ENROLL FOR BIG DATA AND HADOOP AT IIHT?
Whenever there is a discussion on Big Data, it is very unlikely that Hadoop doesn’t come into the picture. Though Big Data is a broader concept than Hadoop, Hadoop has become such an integral part of Big Data that many a times both these concepts are used synonymously. Interestingly, at IIHT, students not only learn Hadoop (HDFS and MapReduce) but also other tools related to Big Data such as Spark, Hive, Pig and Latin, HBase, Sqoop, YARN and Hadoop Security.
Don’t know Java? Not to worry at all! IIHT’s engineering programme in Big Data and Hadoop begins with the fundamentals of Java that will equip with the required skills to understand Hadoop concepts with ease!
If career progression is on your mind, IIHT’s high-end Big Data and Hadoop programme is the ideal choice for you as well as for employers!
QUALITY SKILL TRAINING FINDING THE RIGHT CONNECT
India is among the “young “ countries in the world, with proportion of the work force in the age group of 15-59 years, growing steadily. However, present status shows only 2 percent of the total employees in India have undergone skills development training. India has the potential to emerge as worldwide sourcing hub for the skilled employees.