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1 Introduction to Big Data and Hadoop

Hello and welcome to lesson 1 of the ‘Introduction to Big Data and Hadoop’ course offered by Simplilearn. This lesson provides an introduction to Big Data. Further, it gives an introduction to Hadoop as a Big Data technology. Let us explore the objectives of this lesson in the next screen.

2 Objectives

By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: ? Explain the characteristics of Big Data ? Describe the basics of Hadoop and HDFS architecture ? List the features and processes of MapReduce ? Describe the basics of Pig In the next screen, we will focus on the need for Big Data.

3 Need for Big Data

Following are the reasons why Big Data is needed: By an estimate, around 90% of the world’s data has been created in the last two years alone. Moreover, 80% of the data is unstructured or available in widely varying structures, which are difficult to analyze. As IT (read as I-T) systems are being developed, it has been observed that structured formats like databases have some limitations with respect to handling large quantities of data. It has also been observed that it is difficult to integrate information distributed across multiple systems. Further, most business users do not know what should be analyzed and discover requirements only during the development of IT systems. As data has grown, so have ‘data lakes’ within enterprises. Potentially valuable data for varied systems such as Enterprise Resource Planning or ERP (read as E-R-P) and Supply Chain Management or SCM (read as S-C-M) are either dormant or discarded. It is often too expensive to integrate large volumes of unstructured data. Information, such as natural resources, has a short, useful lifespan and is best used in a limited time span. Further, information is best exploited for business value if context is added to it. In the next screen, we will focus on the characteristics of Big Data.

4 Three Characteristics of Big Data

Big Data has three characteristics, namely, variety, velocity, and volume. Variety encompasses managing the complexity of data in many different structures, ranging from relational data to logs and raw text. Velocity accounts for the streaming of data and movement of large volume of data at a high speed. Volume denotes the huge scaling of data ranging from terabytes to zettabytes and more.

5 Characteristics of Big Data Technology

In this screen, we will discuss the characteristics of Big Data technology. Big Data technology helps to respond to the characteristics discussed in the previous screen. It helps to process the growing volumes of data in a cost-efficient way. For example, as per IBM, Big Data technology has helped to turn the 12 terabytes of Tweets created daily into improved product sentiment analysis. It has converted 350 billion annual meter readings to better predict power consumption. Big Data technology also helps to respond to the increasing velocity of data. For example, it has scrutinized 5 million trade events created daily to identify potential frauds. It has helped to analyze 500 million daily call detail records in real time to predict customer churn faster. Big Data technology can collectively analyze the wide variety of data. For example, it has helped to monitor hundreds of live video feeds from surveillance cameras to target points of interest for security agencies. It has also been able to exploit the 80% data growth in images, videos, and documents to improve customer satisfaction. According to Gartner.com (read as gartner dot com), Big Data is high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making. In the next screen, we will focus on the appeal of Big Data technology.

6 Appeal of Big Data Technology

Following are the reasons for the popularity of Big Data technology: • Big Data technology helps to manage and process a large amount of data in a cost-efficient manner. • It analyzes all available data in their native forms, which can be unstructured, structured, or streaming. • It captures data from fast-happening events in real time. • Big Data technology is able to handle failure of isolated nodes and tasks assigned to such nodes. • It can turn data into actionable insights. In the next screen, we will focus on handling limitations of Big Data.

7 Handling Limitations of Big Data

There are two key challenges that need to be addressed by Big Data technology. These are handling the system uptime and downtime, and combining data accumulated from all systems. To overcome the first challenge, Big Data technology uses commodity hardware for data storage and analysis. Further, it helps to maintain a copy of the same data across clusters. To overcome the second challenge, Big Data technology analyzes data across different machines and subsequently, merges the data. In the next screen, we will introduce the concept of Hadoop that helps to overcome these challenges.

8 Introduction to Hadoop

Hadoop helps to leverage the opportunities provided by Big Data and overcome the challenges it encounters. Hadoop is an open source, Java-based programming framework that supports the processing of large data sets in a distributed computing environment. It is based on the Google File System or GFS (read as G-F-S). Hadoop runs a number of applications on distributed systems with thousands of nodes involving petabytes of data. It has a distributed file system, called Hadoop Distributed File System or HDFS, which enables fast data transfer among the nodes. Further, it leverages a distributed computation framework called MapReduce. In the next screen, we will focus on Hadoop configuration.

9 Hadoop Configuration

Hadoop supports three configuration modes when it is implemented on commodity hardware: standalone mode, pseudo distributed mode, and fully distributed mode. In standalone mode, all Hadoop services run in a single JVM, that is, Java Virtual Machine on a single machine. In pseudo-distributed mode, each Hadoop service runs in its own JVM but on a single machine. In fully distributed mode, the Hadoop services run in individual JVMs, but these JVMs reside on different commodity hardware in a single cluster. In the next screen, we will discuss the core components of Apache Hadoop.

10 Apache Hadoop Core Components

There are two major components of Apache Hadoop. They are Hadoop Distributed File System, abbreviated as HDFS, and Hadoop MapReduce. HDFS is used to manage the storage aspects of Big Data, whereas MapReduce is responsible for processing jobs in a distributed environment. In the next two screens, we will discuss the core components in detail. We will start with HDFS in the next screen.

11 Hadoop Core Components—HDFS

HDFS is used for storing and retrieving unstructured data. Some of the key features of Hadoop HDFS are as follows: HDFS provides a high-throughput access to data blocks. When unstructured data is uploaded on HDFS, it is converted into data blocks of fixed size. The data is chunked into blocks so that it is compatible with the commodity hardware's storage. HDFS provides a limited interface for managing the file system. It ensures that one can perform a scale up or scale down of resources in the Hadoop cluster. HDFS creates multiple replicas of each data block and stores them in multiple systems throughout the cluster to enable reliable and rapid data access. In the next screen, we will focus on MapReduce as a core component of Hadoop.

11 Hadoop Core Components—HDFS

HDFS is used for storing and retrieving unstructured data. Some of the key features of Hadoop HDFS are as follows: HDFS provides a high-throughput access to data blocks. When unstructured data is uploaded on HDFS, it is converted into data blocks of fixed size. The data is chunked into blocks so that it is compatible with the commodity hardware's storage. HDFS provides a limited interface for managing the file system. It ensures that one can perform a scale up or scale down of resources in the Hadoop cluster. HDFS creates multiple replicas of each data block and stores them in multiple systems throughout the cluster to enable reliable and rapid data access. In the next screen, we will focus on MapReduce as a core component of Hadoop.

11 Hadoop Core Components—HDFS

HDFS is used for storing and retrieving unstructured data. Some of the key features of Hadoop HDFS are as follows: HDFS provides a high-throughput access to data blocks. When unstructured data is uploaded on HDFS, it is converted into data blocks of fixed size. The data is chunked into blocks so that it is compatible with the commodity hardware's storage. HDFS provides a limited interface for managing the file system. It ensures that one can perform a scale up or scale down of resources in the Hadoop cluster. HDFS creates multiple replicas of each data block and stores them in multiple systems throughout the cluster to enable reliable and rapid data access. In the next screen, we will focus on MapReduce as a core component of Hadoop.

12 Hadoop Core Components—MapReduce

The MapReduce component of Hadoop is responsible for processing jobs in distributed mode. Some of the key features of the Hadoop MapReduce component are as follows: It performs distributed data processing using the MapReduce programming paradigm. It allows you to possess a user-defined map phase, which is a parallel, share-nothing processing of input. Also, it aggregates of the output of the map phase, which is a user-defined, reduce phase after a map process. In the next screen, we will focus on the HDFS architecture.

12 Hadoop Core Components—MapReduce

The MapReduce component of Hadoop is responsible for processing jobs in distributed mode. Some of the key features of the Hadoop MapReduce component are as follows: It performs distributed data processing using the MapReduce programming paradigm. It allows you to possess a user-defined map phase, which is a parallel, share-nothing processing of input. Also, it aggregates of the output of the map phase, which is a user-defined, reduce phase after a map process. In the next screen, we will focus on the HDFS architecture.

12 Hadoop Core Components—MapReduce

The MapReduce component of Hadoop is responsible for processing jobs in distributed mode. Some of the key features of the Hadoop MapReduce component are as follows: It performs distributed data processing using the MapReduce programming paradigm. It allows you to possess a user-defined map phase, which is a parallel, share-nothing processing of input. Also, it aggregates of the output of the map phase, which is a user-defined, reduce phase after a map process. In the next screen, we will focus on the HDFS architecture.

13 HDFS Architecture

A typical HDFS setup is shown on this screen. This setup shows the three essential services of Hadoop: NameNode, DataNode and Secondary NameNode services. The NameNode and the Secondary NameNode services constitute the master service, whereas the DataNode service falls under the slave service. The master service is responsible for accepting a job from clients and ensuring that the data required for the operation will be loaded and segregated into chunks of data blocks. HDFS exposes a file system namespace and allows user data to be stored in files. A file is split into one or more blocks that are stored and replicated in DataNodes. The data blocks are then distributed to the DataNode systems within the cluster. This ensures that replicas of the data are maintained. In the next screen, we will focus on an introduction to the Ubuntu Server.

14 Ubuntu Server—Introduction

Ubuntu is a leading open-source platform for scale-out. Ubuntu helps in the optimum utilization of infrastructure, irrespective of whether you want to deploy a cloud, a web farm, or a Hadoop cluster. Following are the benefits of Ubuntu Server: • It has the required versatility and performance to help you get the most out of your infrastructure. • Ubuntu services ensure efficient system administration with Landscape. • These services provide access to Ubuntu experts as and when required, and enable fast resolution of a problem. In the next screen, we will discuss Hadoop installation.

14 Ubuntu Server—Introduction

Ubuntu is a leading open-source platform for scale-out. Ubuntu helps in the optimum utilization of infrastructure, irrespective of whether you want to deploy a cloud, a web farm, or a Hadoop cluster. Following are the benefits of Ubuntu Server: • It has the required versatility and performance to help you get the most out of your infrastructure. • Ubuntu services ensure efficient system administration with Landscape. • These services provide access to Ubuntu experts as and when required, and enable fast resolution of a problem. In the next screen, we will discuss Hadoop installation.

14 Ubuntu Server—Introduction

Ubuntu is a leading open-source platform for scale-out. Ubuntu helps in the optimum utilization of infrastructure, irrespective of whether you want to deploy a cloud, a web farm, or a Hadoop cluster. Following are the benefits of Ubuntu Server: • It has the required versatility and performance to help you get the most out of your infrastructure. • Ubuntu services ensure efficient system administration with Landscape. • These services provide access to Ubuntu experts as and when required, and enable fast resolution of a problem. In the next screen, we will discuss Hadoop installation.

15 Hadoop Installation—Prerequisites

To install Hadoop, you need to have a VM installed with the Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS operating system. You also need high-speed internet access to update the Operating System and download the Hadoop files to the machine. In the next screen, we will discuss Hadoop multi-node installation.

15 Hadoop Installation—Prerequisites

To install Hadoop, you need to have a VM installed with the Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS operating system. You also need high-speed internet access to update the Operating System and download the Hadoop files to the machine. In the next screen, we will discuss Hadoop multi-node installation.

15 Hadoop Installation—Prerequisites

To install Hadoop, you need to have a VM installed with the Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS operating system. You also need high-speed internet access to update the Operating System and download the Hadoop files to the machine. In the next screen, we will discuss Hadoop multi-node installation.

16 Hadoop Multi-Node Installation—Prerequisites

For Hadoop multi-node installation, you require an Ubuntu Server 12.04 VM preconfigured in Hadoop pseudo-distributed mode. You will also need to ensure that the VM has Internet access so that it can update the file if required. In the next screen, we will differentiate between single-node and multi-node clusters.

16 Hadoop Multi-Node Installation—Prerequisites

For Hadoop multi-node installation, you require an Ubuntu Server 12.04 VM preconfigured in Hadoop pseudo-distributed mode. You will also need to ensure that the VM has Internet access so that it can update the file if required. In the next screen, we will differentiate between single-node and multi-node clusters.

16 Hadoop Multi-Node Installation—Prerequisites

For Hadoop multi-node installation, you require an Ubuntu Server 12.04 VM preconfigured in Hadoop pseudo-distributed mode. You will also need to ensure that the VM has Internet access so that it can update the file if required. In the next screen, we will differentiate between single-node and multi-node clusters.

17 Single-Node Cluster vs. Multi-Node Cluster

The table on the screen shows the differences between a single-node cluster and a multi-node cluster. In a single-node cluster, Hadoop is installed on a single system or node, whereas in a multi-node cluster, Hadoop is installed on multiple nodes ranging from a few to thousands. Single node clusters are used to run trivial processes and simple MapReduce and HDFS operations. It is also used as a test bed. Multi-node clusters are used for complex computational requirements including analytics. In the next screen, we will focus on MapReduce in detail.

18 MapReduce

MapReduce is a programming model. It is also an associated implementation for processing and generating large data sets with parallel and distributed algorithms on a cluster. MapReduce operation includes specifying the computation in terms of a map and a reduce function. It makes parallel computation across large-scale clusters of machines possible. MapReduce handles machine failures and performance issues. It also ensures efficient communication between nodes performing the jobs. Computational processing can occur on data stored either in a filesystem, namely, unstructured data, or in a database, namely structured data. MapReduce can be applied to significantly larger datasets when compared to "commodity" servers. In the next screen, we will discuss the characteristics of MapReduce.

19 Characteristics of MapReduce

Some characteristics of MapReduce are listed on the screen. MapReduce is designed to handle very large scale data in the range of peta bytes, exa bytes and so on. It works well on Write once and read many data, also known as WORM data. MapReduce allows parallelism without mutexes. The Map and reduce operations are typically performed by the same physical processor. Operations are provisioned near the data that is, data locality is preferred. Commodity hardware and storage is leveraged in MapReduce. The runtime takes care of splitting and moving data for operations. In the next screen, we will list some of the real-time uses of MapReduce.

20 Real-Time Uses of MapReduce

Some of the real-time uses of MapReduce are simple algorithms such as grep, text indexing, and reverse indexing. Data-intensive computing, for example, sorting also uses MapReduce. Data mining operations like Bayesian classification use this technique. Search engine operations like keyword indexing, ad rendering, and page rank have been commonly regularly using MapReduce and so is enterprise analytics. Gaussian analysis for locating extra-terrestrial objects in astronomy have found MapReduce as a good technique. There seems to be a good potential for MapReduce in semantic web and web 3.0. In the next screen, we will discuss the prerequisites for Hadoop installation in Ubuntu Desktop 12.04 (read as twelve point oh four).

21 Prerequisites for Hadoop Installation in Ubuntu Desktop 12.04

Ubuntu Desktop 12.04 VM installed with Eclipse and a high-speed internet connection is required to install Hadoop in Ubuntu Desktop 12.04. In the next screen, we will list the key features of Hadoop MapReduce.

22 Hadoop MapReduce—Features

MapReduce functions use key/value (read as ‘key value’) pairs. Some of the key features of Hadoop MapReduce function are as follows: The framework converts each record of input into a key/value pair, which is a one-time input to the map function. The map output is also a set of key/value pairs, which are grouped and sorted by keys. The reduce function is called once for each key, in sort sequence, with the key and set of values that share that key. The reduce method gives an output as an arbitrary number of key/value that are written in the output files in the job output directory. In the next screen, we will explore the processes related to Hadoop MapReduce.

22 Hadoop MapReduce—Features

MapReduce functions use key/value (read as ‘key value’) pairs. Some of the key features of Hadoop MapReduce function are as follows: The framework converts each record of input into a key/value pair, which is a one-time input to the map function. The map output is also a set of key/value pairs, which are grouped and sorted by keys. The reduce function is called once for each key, in sort sequence, with the key and set of values that share that key. The reduce method gives an output as an arbitrary number of key/value that are written in the output files in the job output directory. In the next screen, we will explore the processes related to Hadoop MapReduce.

22 Hadoop MapReduce—Features

MapReduce functions use key/value (read as ‘key value’) pairs. Some of the key features of Hadoop MapReduce function are as follows: The framework converts each record of input into a key/value pair, which is a one-time input to the map function. The map output is also a set of key/value pairs, which are grouped and sorted by keys. The reduce function is called once for each key, in sort sequence, with the key and set of values that share that key. The reduce method gives an output as an arbitrary number of key/value that are written in the output files in the job output directory. In the next screen, we will explore the processes related to Hadoop MapReduce.

23 Hadoop MapReduce—Processes

The framework provides two processes that handle the management of MapReduce jobs. They are the TaskTracker and JobTracker services. The TaskTracker service resides in the Data Node. The TaskTracker manages the execution of individual map and reduce tasks on a compute node in the cluster. The JobTracker service resides in the system where the NameNode service resides. The JobTracker accepts job submissions, provides job monitoring and control, and manages the distribution of tasks to the TaskTracker nodes. In the next screen, we will focus on advanced HDFS.

23 Hadoop MapReduce—Processes

The framework provides two processes that handle the management of MapReduce jobs. They are the TaskTracker and JobTracker services. The TaskTracker service resides in the Data Node. The TaskTracker manages the execution of individual map and reduce tasks on a compute node in the cluster. The JobTracker service resides in the system where the NameNode service resides. The JobTracker accepts job submissions, provides job monitoring and control, and manages the distribution of tasks to the TaskTracker nodes. In the next screen, we will focus on advanced HDFS.

23 Hadoop MapReduce—Processes

The framework provides two processes that handle the management of MapReduce jobs. They are the TaskTracker and JobTracker services. The TaskTracker service resides in the Data Node. The TaskTracker manages the execution of individual map and reduce tasks on a compute node in the cluster. The JobTracker service resides in the system where the NameNode service resides. The JobTracker accepts job submissions, provides job monitoring and control, and manages the distribution of tasks to the TaskTracker nodes. In the next screen, we will focus on advanced HDFS.

24 Advanced HDFS–Introduction

The Hadoop Distributed File System is a block-structured, distributed file system. It is designed to run on small commodity machines in a way that the performance of the running jobs will be better when compared to single standalone dedicated servers. HDFS provides the storage solution to store Big Data and make the data accessible to Hadoop services. Some of the settings in advanced HDFS are HDFS benchmarking, setting up HDFS block size, and decommissioning or removing a DataNode. In the next screen, we will focus on advanced MapReduce.

24 Advanced HDFS–Introduction

The Hadoop Distributed File System is a block-structured, distributed file system. It is designed to run on small commodity machines in a way that the performance of the running jobs will be better when compared to single standalone dedicated servers. HDFS provides the storage solution to store Big Data and make the data accessible to Hadoop services. Some of the settings in advanced HDFS are HDFS benchmarking, setting up HDFS block size, and decommissioning or removing a DataNode. In the next screen, we will focus on advanced MapReduce.

24 Advanced HDFS–Introduction

The Hadoop Distributed File System is a block-structured, distributed file system. It is designed to run on small commodity machines in a way that the performance of the running jobs will be better when compared to single standalone dedicated servers. HDFS provides the storage solution to store Big Data and make the data accessible to Hadoop services. Some of the settings in advanced HDFS are HDFS benchmarking, setting up HDFS block size, and decommissioning or removing a DataNode. In the next screen, we will focus on advanced MapReduce.

25 Advanced MapReduce

Hadoop MapReduce uses data types when it works with user-given mappers and reducers. The data is read from files into mappers and emitted by mappers to reducers. Processed data is sent back by the reducers. Data emitted by reducers go into output files. At every step, data is stored in Java objects. In the Hadoop environment, objects that can be put to or received from files and across the network must obey a particular interface called Writable. This interface allows Hadoop to read and write data in a serialized form for transmission. In the next screen, we will focus on the data types in Hadoop and their functions.

26 Data Types in Hadoop

The table shows a list of data types. Let us discuss them one by one. • The first data type is Text. The function of this data type is to store String data. • The next data type is IntWritable (Read as Int Writable). The function of this data type is to store integer data. • The next data type is LongWritable. The function of this datatype is to store Long data. • Another data type is FloatWritable. Its function is to store Float data. • The next data type is DoubleWritable. The function of the same is to store Double data. • Another data type is BooleanWritable. The function of this data type is to store Boolean data. • The next data type is ByteWritable. Its function is to store Byte data. • Another data type is NullWritable. This is a placeholder when value is not needed. In the next screen, we will introduce the concept of distributed cache.

27 Distributed Cache

Distributed Cache is a Hadoop feature to cache files needed by applications. Following are the functions of distributed cache: • It helps to boost efficiency when a map or a reduce task needs access to common data. • It lets a cluster node read the imported files from its local file system, instead of retrieving the files from other cluster nodes. • It allows both single files and archives such as zip and tar.gz (Read as tar dot g-z). We will continue to discuss distributed cache in the next screen.

28 Distributed Cache (contd.)

Following are the other functions of distributed cache: • It copies files to only slave nodes and if there are no slave nodes in the cluster, distributed cache copies the files to the master node. • It allows access to the cached files from mapper or reducer applications to make sure that the current working directory is added into the application path. • It allows referencing the cached files as though they are present in the current working directory. In the next screen, we will understand joins in MapReduce.

29 Joins in MapReduce

Joins are relational constructs you can use to combine relations. In MapReduce, joins are applicable in situations where two or more datasets need to be combined. A join is performed either in the Map phase or in the Reduce phase by taking advantage of the MapReduce Sort-Merge architecture: The various join patterns that are available in MapReduce are reduce side join, replicated join, composite join, and Cartesian product. In the next screen, we will focus on an introduction to Pig.

30 Introduction to Pig

Pig is one of the components of the Hadoop eco-system. It is a high-level data flow scripting language. Pig runs on Hadoop clusters. It was initially developed by Facebook for their project, as they did not want to use java for performing Hadoop operations. Later Pig became an Apache open-source project. Pig uses HDFS for storing and retrieving data and Hadoop MapReduce for processing Big Data. In the next screen, we will discuss the major components of Pig.

31 Components of Pig

The two major components of Pig are, the Pig Latin (pig-latin) script language and a runtime engine. The Pig Latin script language is a procedural data flow language. It contains syntax and commands that can be applied to implement business logic. Examples of Pig Latin are LOAD, STORE, etc. The runtime engine is a compiler that produces sequences of Map-Reduce programs. It uses HDFS for storing and retrieving data. It is also used to interact with the Hadoop system, that is, HDFS and MapReduce. It parses, validates, and compiles the script operations into a sequence of MapReduce jobs. In the next screen, we will understand the data model associated with Pig.

32 Data Model

As part of its data model, Pig supports four basic types. The first is Atom, which is a simple atomic value like int, long, double, or string. The Second is Tuple, which is a sequence of fields that can be of any data type. The third is Bag which is a collection of tuples of potentially varying structures and can contain duplicates. And finally, there is Map, which is an associative array. The key must be a chararray but the value can be of any type. In the next screen, we will differentiate between Pig and SQL (read as S-Q-L).

33 Pig vs. SQL

The table on the screen shows the differences between Pig and SQL. The first difference between Pig and SQL is that Pig is a scripting language used to interact with HDFS while SQL is a query language used to interact with databases residing in the database engine. In terms of query style, Pig offers a step by step execution style compared to the single block execution style of SQL. Pig does a lazy evaluation, which means that data is processed only when the STORE or DUMP command is encountered. However, SQL offers immediate evaluation of a query. Pipeline Splits are supported in Pig, but in SQL, you may require the join to be run twice or materialized as an intermediate result. In the next screen, we will discuss the prerequisites for setting the environment for Pig Latin.

34 Prerequisites to Set the Environment for Pig Latin

Ensure the following parameters while setting the environment for Pig Latin. Ensure all Hadoop services are running, Pig is installed and properly configured, and all datasets are uploaded in the NameNode, that is, HDFS.

35 Summary

Let us summarize the topics covered in this lesson: • Big Data has three characteristics, namely, variety, velocity, and volume. • Hadoop HDFS and Hadoop MapReduce are the core components of Hadoop. • One of the key features of MapReduce is that the map output is a set of key/value pairs which are grouped and sorted by key. • TaskTracker manages the execution of individual map and reduce tasks on a compute node in the cluster. • Pig is a high-level data flow scripting language. It uses HDFS for storing and retrieving data. In the next lesson, we will focus on Hive, HBase and components of the Hadoop ecosystem.

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