• Online, Self-Paced
Course Description

The importance of data processing architectures and data visualization to successfully implement real-time big data analytics solutions in Azure cannot be overstated. This course covers the Lambda architecture and Azure Stream Analytics.

Learning Objectives

The Lambda Architecture

  • start the course
  • recognize what the Lambda architecture is and how it is used
  • list considerations for the Lambda batch layer design
  • identify considerations for the Lambda serving layer design
  • list considerations for the Lambda speed layer design
  • recognize the key capabilities and limitations of the Lambda architecture
  • recognize the difference between Lambda and Kappa architectures

Real-time Analytics Processing Solutions

  • recognize traditional data analytics approaches and how they differ from streaming solutions
  • recognize how value is generated through real-time data analytics solutions
  • identify how Azure Stream Analytics work
  • recognize the benefits and capabilities of Azure Stream analytics
  • compare Apache Storm and Azure Stream Analytics
  • recognize the Azure architecture and the various components of data sources, integration, and real-time analytics
  • recognize the Azure output storage and consumption components
  • design reference data streams from Blob Storage
  • design and configure stream reference data from Event Hubs and IoT source
  • store and view Stream Analytics jobs

Big Data Visualization Tools

  • visualize big data with Power Pivot
  • visualize big data with Power View
  • create custom reports with SQL Server Reporting Services

Practice: Real-time Analytics Processing

  • recognize the features of the Lambda architecture and the capabilities of Azure Stream

Framework Connections

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