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TYE Solutions conducts ‘Hadoop: The Big Data Engine Workshop’


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A Big Data and Hadoop workshop will be conducted in August to assist organisations and individuals understand a Hadoop Environment and its implementation for Big Data Analytics. The workshop is an initiative of TYE Solutions Sri Lanka and will be conducted by a panel of experienced international trainers. 

‘Hadoop: The Big Data Engine Workshop’ is a four-day programme that commences on 30 August at the Distance Learning Centre, Colombo 7 and is best suited for CTO/CIO, data centre managers, heads of IT, data base administrators, software development managers, business analysts and solution architects. Due to the increased popularity and demand in this specialised area, this will mark the fourth workshop to be conducted by TYE Solutions Sri Lanka on Big Data and Hadoop. 

Hadoop is a highly scalable storage platform designed to process very large data set across hundreds to thousands of computing nodes that operate in parallel. It provides a cost effective storage solution for data volumes with no format requirements and therefore requires the lowest CAPEX and OPEX invested. 

This workshop will give organisations the opportunity to gain a better understanding of the impact of specific infrastructure and strategies for data management and how Hadoop is rolled out for Business intelligence and Analytics for structured, unstructured and semi structured live streaming data. During the workshop, industry experts will also share insights and use cases from organisations that have successfully deployed big data to support their business needs. 

According to TYE Solutions Sri Lanka CEO Zahir Fuard: “In today’s business sphere, the volume, velocity and variety of data generated by the vast number of users and variety of applications is so large or complex that they are difficult to process using traditional data processing applications. The amount of data generated by these applications will be in tera or peta or zeta bytes. So we need to use distributed Big Data processing frameworks like Hadoop. The purpose of this workshop is to equip you with the necessary technical knowledge to create a big data organisation that can reveal insights from all types of data and systems.”

‘Hadoop: The Big Data Engine Workshop’ is customised based on local organisations’ level of knowledge as well as strategic and technical big data goals. So whether you are new to the subject or have a good understanding of available big data solutions and are ready to take the next step, this workshop can help your organisation better understand, manage and use big data infrastructure effectively.

TYE Solutions was set up in 2012 to provide the best technological services and solutions which includes mobile application architects, knowledge transferring models and technology solutions agent. TYE Solutions helps to build and deliver digitized support that adds drives value and efficiencies in an organisation specially supporting its sales and marketing efforts. The business has also been responsible in delivering workshops and bootcamps in the past which have been conducted by their globally renowned Cloudera certified trainers. TYE Solutions is also the only authorised entity to deliver Cloudera certification in Sri Lanka.

As there are limited places available at the ‘Hadoop: The Big Data Engine Workshop,’ early registration is encouraged. Call Zahir on 071 8646424 for details. More details on the workshop are also available on www.tyesolutions.com.lk.


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