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Big Data Architecture and Applications

Overview of the unit

Unit code: COS20028

Duration: 1 teaching period

About this unit

This unit introduces students to the architectures of contemporary Big Data platforms and ecosystems of tools. These technologies are the foundation of Big Data analytics which facilitate scalable management and processing of vast quantities of data. The unit is delivered in collaboration with industry and prepares students with the essential foundations towards undertaking professional certifications.

Content

Topics may include:

  • introduction to Big Data platforms and their ecosystems
  • Big Data platforms programming
  • partitioners and reducers
  • Big Data acquisition and workflows
  • the data analytics lifecycle
  • analysis and management of structured and unstructured Big Data.

This unit is found in the Bachelor of Information and Communication Technology.

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