From 0 to 1: The Oozie Orchestration Framework
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Prerequisites: Working with Oozie requires some basic knowledge of the Hadoop eco–system and running MapReduce jobs
Taught by a team which includes 2 Stanford–educated, ex–Googlers and 2 ex–Flipkart Lead Analysts. This team has decades of practical experience in working with large–scale data processing jobs.
Oozie is like the formidable, yet super–efficient admin assistant who can get things done for you, if you know how to ask
Let’s parse that
formidable, yet super–efficient: Oozie is formidable because it is entirely written in XML, which is hard to debug when things go wrong. However, once you’ve figured out how to work with it, it’s like magic. Complex dependencies, managing a multitude of jobs at different time schedules, managing entire data pipelines are all made easy with Oozie
get things done for you: Oozie allows you to manage Hadoop jobs as well as Java programs, scripts and any other executable with the same basic set up. It manages your dependencies cleanly and logically.
if you know how to ask: Knowing the right configurations parameters which gets the job done, that is the key to mastering Oozie
Workflow Management: Workflow specifications, Action nodes, Control nodes, Global configuration, real examples with MapReduce and Shell actions which you can run and tweak
Time–based and data–based triggers for Workflows: Coordinator specification, Mimicing simple cron jobs, specifying time and data availability triggers for Workflows, dealing with backlog, running time–triggered and data–triggered coordinator actions
Courses : 23
Specification: From 0 to 1: The Oozie Orchestration Framework
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Pedro Piza –
el ingles que tiene el profesor es dificil de entender
Przemys aw Olborski –
A lot of information about the basics of oozie. I recommend the course
Anuj Gaurav –
Ease of understandabilityp
Bielo L pez Lauber –
Excellent, clear explanations and is ideal for newcomers without OOZIE experience.
Jon Morisi –
Course is good, one point of feedback is the audio levels between the presenter and the music that plays at the end of a topic. Deafening volume increase with headphones on, look out!
Vishal Gupta –
A lot of theory. Not much hands on
Dan He –
some basic concepts have been introduced. however, very few examples are demonstrated. the English is not easy to follow. It would be hard for people to understand rather than to remember what to do.