Cloudera Certifications: Worth Your Attention
From the News…
Yesterday, it appeared in the news that Cloudera and EMC had launched a joint data management platform designed to help businesses form a scale-out storage strategy, which the companies say is critical for managing big data.
The platform reportedly combines the Cloudera Enterprise Data Hub with EMC’s Isilon scale-out storage to make silos of application data available for business analytics.
Cloudera’s Enterprise Data Hub is an integrated system that brings application workloads to one pool of data on a common infrastructure, and touts perimeter security and data protection among its bevy of user benefits.
For Isilon customers, the joint platform will make it easier to run Cloudera Enterprise on their data without needing to offload it onto a separate DAS device. As for Cloudera, the Hadoop powerhouse can leverage the partnership to expand its reach in enterprise analytics deployments.
“This joint collaboration with EMC opens up tremendous new analytic capabilities for Isilon customers to analyze their data easily and effectively,” said Tim Stevens, VP of business and corporate development at Cloudera, in a statement. “The wealth of new components and capabilities now available to them will further hasten the use of Hadoop in enterprise environments.”
(in case you’re wondering – Hadoop® is an open source software project that enables the distributed processing of large data sets across clusters of commodity servers).
Cloudera CCP and More
With the growing influence of Cloudera, pursing the credential of Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP) is popular with employers and IT job applicants alike as it represents a solid validation of hadoop skills and hands-on experience.
CCP is believed to be the most rigorous and reputable Big Data credential available on the market today. It validates the holders’ skills to execute at the highest level on both traditional exams and hands-on challenges with live data sets.
To help candidates achieve CCP, Cloudera provides comprehensive training for developers, administrators, and data analysts, CCP offers resources to prepare and practice for certification exams.
Cloudera also offers the following credentials:
So, if you are considering a career in cloud technologies and hadoop, Cloudera credentials are sure to help you boost your profile and set you apart from the crowd.
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