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Apache Storm is an open-source data streaming framework. It enables the processing of a large amount of data using a fault-tolerant and horizontal scalable method. It is simple and can be used with any programming language.
This Apache Storm Training is designed to provide knowledge of how to use Apache Storm. Delegates will learn how to install Storm and create topologies, as well as how to use its workflow, cluster architecture and distributed messaging system. The course also looks at the Apache Storm Trident, including Topology and Tuples, Spout and Operations, and State Maintenance.
Introduction to Apache Storm
Apache Storm Concepts
Apache Storm Workflow
Overview of Distributed Messaging System
Installing Apache Storm
Apache Storm Trident
Apache Storm Applications
Anyone who wishes to pursue a career in Big Data Analytics or learn to use Apache Storm can attend this course. This course is well-suited for:
There are no prerequisites for this course; however, understanding of Java would be advantageous.
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