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In this Apache Pig course, you will learn about Pig platform and how to use it to process a large volume of data sets in a parallel way. This includes an overview of Big Data and Hadoop, what data looks like before, during and after a dataflow, what data is supported, and the different forms it can take; how Pig can transform data, and advanced topics on debugging flows, flow optimization and some enterprise-level features of Apache Pig. This course on Apache Pig shows how Pig platform provides an abstraction over the MapReduce model to make the programming easier.
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