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|Lecture Topic|| Lab Work
|| Additional Information
|Make||Module Overview (video)
Introduction to Hadoop & Overview (Notes)
Managing your VM
If you need to change the size of the disk for the VM, you can follow the instructions here. Make sure you follow them very carefully.
|Week 1 Lab Exercises & Videos
|Link to the Hadoop VM will be given in class and on WebCourses
Google white paper : Google File System => HDFS
Google white paper :
|This weeks topic is available online only.
There will be no in-person class this week.All lecture notes and lab exercises are available on this web page.Videos are provided that cover the lecture notes and the lab exercises.
|Map-Reduce – Part 2
|Week 3 Lab Exercises & Videos
|This code might be useful for your assignment!|
|Hadoop Eco-System & Data Storage
lots of Hadoop related products!
Discussion – Read the following and discuss in class
|No lab work this week. Use the time to Work on Your Assignment
|The Hadoop Ecosystem – Table summarising products|
|Hadoop Assignment Due this week.
Due Date = 28th February at 11pm
Must be submitted on Webcourses.
|Relational Databases are far from dead — just ask Facebook||Results and feedback during weeks 7/8/9 of semester via WebCourses
If you would like to meet to discuss your results we can setup an appointment.