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  • Objectives - Conduct a focused market assessment with U.S. Industry regarding the potential for electrified aircraft to include electric drive train, power distribution, and energy storage concepts to be used, in whole or in part, as primary propulsion for fixed-wing, passenger-carrying transport aircraft. Identify overlapping interests for potential NASA/Industry/University collaboration.

     Agenda

    8:00 to 8:45        NASA Briefing

    8:45 to 9:00        Public Question and Answer

    9:00 to 6:00        Industry Briefings to NASA – Private briefings to be arranged with the NASA POC. Format should include briefing charts on market assessment, including technology barriers and development plans, consistent with the submitted white paper. In anticipation of the Electrified Aircraft Propulsion Industry Day event, please note the following:

    • White papers and Briefing Charts should be submitted to the NASA POC one week ahead of the industry event. Information provided should include, but is not limited to:
      • Provide a market assessment of potential electrified, fixed-wing, passenger transport aircraft product line for introduction into regional markets
        • Describe product line transition plans to include timing and impact(s) on the air transportation system
        • Estimate the market size for the product line in 2020, 2030, 2040
        • Describe passenger and airline benefits of the product line compared to state of the art fixed-wing transport aircraft
        • Estimate the benefits of the product line to the U.S. economy and society
        • Describe technical challenges and barriers to market introduction
        • Describe technology development and maturation needs and plans
        • Describe ground and flight test requirements
        • Provide schedule, cost, and risk mitigation estimates to support technology development and maturation plans
        • Describe partnership and risk sharing strategies
        • Describe overlapping interests for potential collaboration with NASA
    • Industry POC should provide white paper and briefing charts to the NASA POC by 12pm EDT on November 29, 2018.
    • There will be up to eight (8) one-hour briefing slots allocated to the industrial base on December 6, 2018. Briefing slots will be selected/communicated on November 30, 2018.
      • NASA will select up to eight (8) briefings on the basis of the white paper strength
      • NASA may host additional interactions with industrial partners on a later date
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  • Humans are on the precipice of becoming an interplanetary species. We earthlings are on our way to becoming Martians. In fact, the future Martians are here on Earth now, training for Mars missions using new technological developments following a strict timeline that will get us there within 25 years.

    At 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, November 13 the National Press Club will host a Headliners press conference featuring four presenters directly responsible for creating and implementing elements of a mission to Mars and serving a new vision of mankind as a visitor – then resident – of the red planet.

    Once limited to the imaginations of sci-fi enthusiasts, NASA now has mission-specific technology in development, and a hard deadline for humans landing on Mars following a series of robot landers that have mapped out the terrain and other features of what could soon be our new world – the latest is InSight, scheduled to land on Mars on November 26, and drill deeply into the Martian soil to deliver clues about the planet’s core and interior structure.

    Presenters will include:

    • Astronaut Tom Jones, a former B-52 U.S. Air Force, space resource researcher, NASA space shuttle mission specialist and payload commander for four space shuttle flights, who has logged over 52 days (1,272 hours) in space, including 3 space walks totaling over 19 hours. 
    • James Garvin, chief scientist of NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, who also served as chief scientist for Mars exploration from 2000 until 2004 and spearheaded the development of the scientific strategy that led NASA to select such missions as the Mars Exploration Rovers, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, the Phoenix polar lander, and the Mars Science Laboratory.
    • Richard Davis, assistant director for science and exploration, and executive secretary of the International Mars Exploration Working Group - Planetary Science Division Science Mission Directorate for NASA, who co-leads a science mission directorate study to begin the process of identifying potential human landing sites on Mars.
    • Finally, adding background about the human side of being an interplanetary species for the humans likely to be the first residents of Mars will be Janet Ivey, creator of a children’s science series, Janet’s Planet, and a member of the Board of Governors for the National Space Society.

    The press conference will be held in the Bloomberg Room of the National Press Club, located at 529 14th Street, NW, 13th floor. This news conference is open to credentialed media and members of the National Press Club free of charge, however registration is required.


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  • Massive losses in livestock. Hemorrhagic disease in people. Spread by mosquitoes. Weaponizable. Rift Valley fever is a nasty disease capable of destroying livelihoods, crippling industries, and dramatically reducing food security worldwide. And we don't know nearly enough about it.

    Join EcoHealth Alliance and a team of leading experts as they talk about the work they're doing to stop Rift Valley fever outbreaks:

    • Dr. William Karesh, EcoHealth Alliance
    • Dr. Melinda Rostal, EcoHealth Alliance
    • Dr. Assaf Anyamba, USRA & NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
    • Mr. Douglas Gorsline, Defense Threat Reduction Agency

    Wine and light fare will be served.

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  • You are invited to join the UA College of Science, the UA Alumni Association and the CapitolCats Alumni Chapter for a reception on Sunday, Dec. 9 in Washington, D.C., the day before the fall American Geophysical Union meeting begins.

    Celebrate the amazing science that is happening at the UA. The Asteroid Sample Return Mission: OSIRIS-REx is arriving at the asteroid, Bennu, on Dec. 3, and a team from the UA will present at AGU. 

    We will also learn more about NASA’s New Frontiers Mission finalists and the CAESAR and the Dragonfly missions, which both include UA Lunar and Planetary Laboratory faculty and alumni.

    This invitation is open to all UA students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends of the university that may be in D.C. for the AGU conference or who live in the area.

    There is no charge to attend this event. A no-host bar reception begins at 5 p.m., followed by a 5:45 p.m. program.

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  • Re-live the highlights of mankind’s most epic voyage:

    Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission to the moon. In December 1968, three NASA astronauts became the first humans to orbit another celestial body. This is the mission that produced the famous Earthrise photo. We will explain the political backdrop and the technical challenges that set stage for the first manned lunar mission.

    This celebration includes the following activities and displays:

    • Ernie Wright will present how he was able to reconstruct how the astronauts took the iconic Earthrise photo.
    • Bill Boublitz will present a documentary that lets you experience the Apollo 8 mission from lift-off to splashdown.
    • Discover the Apollo 8 mission profile and highlights
    • Profiles of the Apollo 8 crew
    • Professionally crafted Command/Service Module model
    • See detailed scale models of Apollo era rockets
    • Experience the 363’ illustrated walkway of the Saturn V rocket
    • A narrated launch of a scale model of the Saturn V rocket
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  • Meet Fed Tech's 20 Startups and Learn About Their Breakthrough Technologies!

    Join us on Pitch Day (Tuesday, November 27th) as our early-stage venture teams demo and present their exciting business ideas built around breakthrough innovations and lean startup concepts. 

    The culmination of Fed Tech's Startup Studio, Pitch Day is a event which regularly draws 200+ investors, policymakers, industry leaders and influencers, tech transfer executives, inventors, aspiring entrepreneurs, and prospective business partners within the tech innovation ecosystem.

    This fall, we have 20 impressive teams of top entrepreneurs and inventors representing emerging technologies from the country's premier labs: Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), Army Research Laboratory (ARL), Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, NASA, NIST, Princeton University, Skyworks Global, the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command, and TFHRC Hydraulics Lab.  Their unique products and services are aimed at changing people's lives for the better, doing so at scale, and/or supporting our government's pressing issues. 

    Where: We are meeting at Make Offices in the DC Wharf.

    Schedule:

    • 5pm-6:00pm: Team Demos and Networking

    • 6:00pm: Introduction and Opening Remarks from MD5

    • 6:15: Keynote Speaker (TBD)

    • 6:30-7:30pm: Top Teams Pitch 

    Special thanks to MD5, NASA, Department of Transportation, and Skyworks Global for their sponsorship of Fed Tech!

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  • FREE, #TheLongConvo

    **TICKET UPDATE 11/11: Session 2 (5 PM) and Session 3 (8 PM) are 'SOLD OUT' and now accepting WAITLIST registrations. Session 1 (2 PM) still has available slots.**

    What do award-winning actor Alfre Woodard, NYT's David Brooks, drag queen Sasha Velour, NASA’s mission head to Jupiter, and one of the world’s leading cancer surgeons have in common? They all know something that makes them hopeful for the future. Come find out what at this one-of-a-kind event in one of the most beautiful buildings on the National Mall.

    The Long Conversation is an epic creative marathon between artists, scientists and other big thinkers that’s guaranteed to leave you feeling better about the future. Once a year, NASA astronauts, Grammy-winning musicians, tech CEOs, poets, inventors and more converge in the historic Arts & Industries Building for a lively 8-hour relay race of surprising conversations around the best ideas on the horizon.

    Plus, incredible performances; pop-ups from James Beard Award-winning chef Spike Gjerde of
    Rake’s Progress at the Line Hotel, drinks from DC’s small-batch, women-owned distillery Republic Restoratives; art installs from Julia Buntaine Hoel, Phaan Howng, McCormack and Figg, and Gabriel Mellan; and the rare chance to explore the soaring halls of America’s first National Museum.

    Sound crazy? It is—also uplifting, surprising, and a ton of fun.

    Friday, December 7, 2–10 PM 

    NOTE: You MUST register for SESSION 1, 2, or 3, which are held in the Speaking Hall. You’re welcome to arrive early and stay late to explore the art, food + drink, and the rest of the building itself. Doors open at 1:30 PM.

    DOORS OPEN (1:30 PM)

    SESSION 1 (2 PM): Grammy-winning DJ IZ Avila, NASA’s mission to Jupiter lead Scott Bolton, Smithsonian volcanologist Dr. Liz Cottrell, Librarian of Congress Dr. Carla Hayden, Los Angeles County Museum of Art CEO & director Michael Govan, actor and Chicano art advocate Cheech Marin, Smithsonian paleontologist and “whale chaser” Nick Pyenson, Smithsonian Secretary David Skorton, performance poet Jacqueline Suskin.

    SESSION 2 (5 PM): Legendary manager of Lady Gaga and John Legend Troy Carter, breast cancer researcher Dr. Laura Esserman, community organizer Hawah Kasat, Smithsonian astrophysicist Mercedes Lopez-Morales, inventor and entrepreneur Jessica Matthews, Smithsonian regent and philanthropist David Rubenstein, drag queen and designer Sasha Velour, 11-year-old March for Our Lives activist Naomi Wadler, Daily Show comedian Roy Wood, Jr.

    SOCIAL HOUR (7-8 PM): Mix, mingle, eat, drink and explore with new friends. Open to ANY session or waitlist ticket holder, no separate registration is required.

    SESSION 3 (8 PM): Geneticist curing blindness Dr. Jean Bennett, The New York Times columnist David Brooks, clean food innovator Bruce Friedrich, Smithsonian democracy expert Jon Grinspan, inventor and supercomputer theorist Danny Hillis, grassroots #TimesUp activist Mily Treviño-Sauceda, Step Afrika! founder C. Brian Williams, James Beard Award winning chef extraordinaire Spike Gjerde, student activist and filmmaker Malak Wazne, award-winning actor Alfre Woodard.

    For full bios and FAQs on ticketing, what to bring, and where to go, visit www.si.edu/longconvo.  


    2017 Long Conversation

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  • Day One of the BASC Fall Meeting will include sessions on Airborne Facilities in Support of Atmospheric and Climate Research, Future Opportunities and Challenges for Suborbital Facilities in Support of Atmospheric and Climate Research, and Understanding and Forecasting Air Quality Impacts of Wildfire.

    Space for this meeting is limited.

    Please note that attending the second day of the meeting on November 30 will require a separate registration



    PUBLIC AGENDA
    THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2018
    NAS ROOM 280


    Closed Session

    8:30 AM-Noon


    Open Session

    Airborne Facilities in Support of Atmospheric and Climate Research

    Session goals:

    • Learn about federally supported suborbital airborne facilities and plans for the next decade.
    • Consider the opportunities presented by new airborne facilities, including UAVs, and how investments in these new technologies might affect the overall portfolio.
    • Discuss interagency coordination in deployment of these facilities to meet research objectives related to atmospheric and climate sciences.


    1:00 PM: Future Opportunities and Challenges for Suborbital Facilities in Support of Atmospheric and Climate Research--Steve Wofsy, Harvard

    1:30 PM: Panel--Moderator: Shuyi Chen, UW

    • Vanda Grubisic, National Center for Atmospheric Research
    • Jim McFadden, NOAA
    • Sally McFarlane, DOE
    • Jack Kaye, NASA


    3:00 PM: Break


    Understanding and Forecasting Air Quality Impacts of Wildfire

    Session goals:

    • Learn about air quality impacts of recent wildfires, both in the immediate vicinity of fires and in areas downwind.
    • Understand what information about air quality impacts of wildfires is available and desired to address public health needs.
    • Discuss efforts to improve our understanding and forecasts of air quality impacts from wildfires.


    3:30 PM: Overview--A.R. (Ravi) Ravishankara, Colorado State

    3:45 PM: Panel --Moderator: A.R. (Ravi) Ravishankara, Colorado State

    • Emily Fischer, Colorado State
    • Pete Lahm, USFS
    • John Hall, Joint Fire Science Program, BLM
    • Susan Anenberg, George Washington University
    • Kirk Baker, EPA
    • Discussion


    5:30 PM: Adjourn

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  • Date:         Saturday, December 1, 2018
    Time:         8:30AM - 12:30PM 
    Room:       Nguyen Engineering Building - Room 4705
    Cost:         Free
    Location:  George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
    Presenter: Steve Dam, Ph.D, ESEP

    Description: 

    Previously Dr. Dam presented a discussion of how model-based systems engineering (MBSE) can support V&V early in the lifecycle. He will provide a refresher of that presentation and go into more depth on using tools to develop requirements and track them to the test planning and results. Dr. Dam will also discuss and demonstrate how this approach will support the DoD Digital Engineering Strategy through the application to hardware-in-the-loop testing. This tutorial will be a practical hands-on training using Innoslate.


    Participants should sign up for the free version of Innoslate at www.innoslate.com prior to attending (no downloads required). You may also want to familiarize yourself with the features to enable the primary focus of the tutorial to be on the application to a problem of interest. Bring your laptop!

    About the Presenter: 

    Dr. Dam is the President and Founder of the Systems and Proposal Engineering Company (SPEC Innovations), based in Manassas, VA. He has been involved with structured analysis, software development, and system engineering for over 35 years. He participated in the development of C4ISR Architecture Framework and DoD Architecture Framework (DoDAF), the Defense Airborne Reconnaissance Office (DARO) Vision Architecture, the Business Enterprise Architecture (BEA), and Net-Centric Enterprise Services (NCES) architecture. He currently is applying system-engineering techniques to various DoD projects.

    Dr. Dam is the author of two systems engineering-based books: “DoD Architecture Framework: A Guide to Applying System Engineering to Develop Integrated, Executable Architectures;” and “Proposal Engineering: A Guide to Developing Winning, Cost-Effective Proposals.” He was a contributor to the DoD/NASA-sponsored textbook entitled “Applied Space Systems Engineering.” Dr. Dam has a BS degree in Physics from George Mason University and a PhD. in Physics from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Dam is also an INCOSE certified Expert Systems Engineering Professional (ESEP).

     

    Parking: 

    Closest to Nguyen Engineering Building is Shenandoah Parking Deck Deck on Sandy Creek Way.

    Most convenient entrance area to Shenandoah Parking Deck is to take Braddock Road to Roberts Road, turn left on Patriot Circle and right on Sandy Creek Way. Alternatively, you can take University Drive to Patriot Circle and follow Patriot Circle to Sandy Creek Way. 

    Note: In Waze use The Volgenau School of Engineering, Fairfax, VA.


     

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  • This is the initial announcement for the 9th annual Small Telescope Workshop, to be held on January 29-30, 2019 at the Integrity Applications (IAI) facility in Chantilly VA. As in previous years, the workshop will be held at the TS/SCI/NF level, with security sponsorship provided by AFRL, USNO, and NASA.

    Feel free to share this message with others in your organization. 

    The STW is a classified venue for discussion of the role of small (typically <~1 meter) telescopes for space situational awareness. Representative topics of interest include:
     -Operation of small telescopes and/or telescope networks

    -Foreign small telescope systems
    -Non-traditional or advanced concepts to improve SSA collection

    -Concepts or examples involving the combination of small and larger telescopes
    -Ground, air, or space-based collection concepts and systems
    -Advanced processing architectures, algorithms, etc.

    -Policy issues related to the above topics

    Papers that address these or related topics are welcomed.  Anticipating a full agenda, preference will be given to classified papers vs papers that can be presented in open forums.

    At this time, please take the following actions:
    *         Block the dates on your calendar;
    *         If not interested, let me know if you want to be removed from future messages;
    *         Register and send visit requests per the instructions below;
    *         Let me know if you would like to present a paper, and provide me an unclassified working title (as a placeholder at this time, just to help develop the agenda).

    The key dates are as follows:
    *         September 10: attendee registration opens via web-based Eventbrite. You can use credit cards, print a receipt for reimbursement, etc. (Note-the ticket provided by Eventbrite is not needed for attendance).
    In addition to the Eventbrite registration, you must separately submit your visit request. Instructions are provided below. Please do not wait until the last minute.
    *         December 1: submission closes for authors to provide me intent to present (note I anticipate a robust submission of papers, so early submission is recommended). Procedure: send me an unclassified title and brief (1 paragraph) abstract. Be sure to include your name, affiliation, and phone number/email. Selected presenters will be notified on/about 1 December. Presenters should prepare to submit your briefing materials during the month of December, but NLT January 4 via classified email to Jim Shell (shelljame@nro.ic.gov).
    *         January 22- last date for cancellation and refund of registration fees. If cancellation/refund is requested prior to this date, follow refund instructions on the Eventbrite webpage.
    *         January 29-30: Small Telescope Workshop, Chantilly VA.
    *         February 1- anticipated posting of presentations on Intellipedia site.

    For 2019, the registration fee is $100 (Government employee) or $300 (contractors, SETA, academia, FFRDC). This fee offsets the expenses (Eventbrite fees, venue expenses, etc) and effort required to organize and operate the workshop.

    In addition, as an experiment to encourage the next generation of SSA experts, I have added a third registration category (“early career”). For each agency/company that attends the workshop, they can register one individual at a reduced rate. Qualifications are: active security clearance to attend; under 30 years of age; agreement that the individual will be “mentored and networked” through the workshop by their agency/company. This will be on the honor system, and is an attempt on my part to encourage attendance by the “next generation” of our community.

    Note to presenters: 
    1)      If you anticipate a file size that will be too large to email (videos, etc), contact Jim Shell (jim@novarum-tech.com) in advance to make alternate arrangements.
    2)      Hand carry of classified or unclassified presentations is NOT a viable option.
    3)     Submission of your presentation implies acceptance for us to post it on the intellipedia site that documents the proceedings. Please be sure security markings are correct, and there are no proprietary markings.

    As a reminder, past presentations are posted on intelink at: https://intellipedia.intelink.ic.gov/wiki/SSA_Innovation:_Telescopes <https://intellipedia.intelink.ic.gov/wiki/SSA_Innovation:_Telescopes>  

    ===========================================

    Visit Request Required Information:

    Purpose of Visit – attend Small Telescope Workshop (January 29-30, 2019)

    Technical POC – Dr. Jerry Krassner (Meeting POC; krassner@gmail.com; 301 873-5996)  

    IAI POC: Matt Fargo

    Security POC- Sharon Corp 703-674-1254/Marcus Watts 703-674-1249

    Length of Visit - Integrity Applications Incorporated accepts term certifications for up to, but not exceeding one (1) year.

    Credentials - SSN, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Citizenship, Clearance/Accesses being passed (TS/SI/TK/NF).

    Sending Visit Certifications: Visit certifications should be sent to “IAI Security” via unclassified fax or JPAS (preferred). Secure fax is available (see below).

    Fax Numbers:

    (U) 703-378-5667 (S) 703-378-4311 (not automatic pickup –call IAI Security first)

    JPAS: SMO CODE 1JSR93 (SCI) - SMO CODE 1JSR94 (Collateral)

    Security POCs:

    Email all inquiries to: security@integrity-apps.com

    Sharon Corp 703-674-1254 854-2334 hallshar@nro.ic.gov// Marcus Watts 703-674-1249 854-2333// Stephen Flowers 610-265-0560 x 4006 819-4172 flowerst@nro.ic.gov

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  • CloudxLab

     

    Big Data With Hadoop & Apache Spark Certification Training - Live Instructor-led Online Classes

     

    Our Big Data With Hadoop & Spark certification Training Bootcamp with 100% moneyback guarantee is designed to impart knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience required to become top-rated Hadoop and Spark Developer, Architect, Data Engineer, and similar roles. This course is also compatible with the following certifications:

    • Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP): Data Engineer
    • Cloudera Certified Associate (CCA): Spark & Hadoop Developer
    • Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD)
    • Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD): Spark

     

    Tools and concepts covered:

     

    HDFS, YARN, ZooKeeper, MapReduce, Pig, Hive, HBase, NoSQL databases, Sqoop, Flume, Oozie, Scala, Apache Spark, RDD, DataFrames, Spark Streaming, Kafka, MLlib, SparkSQL, SparkR, GraphX and more

     

    For more on curriculum, please click here

     

    Big Data With Hadoop & Apache Spark Certification Training - Live Instructor-led Online Classes

    1. Live online instructor-led classes
    2. 90 days access to lab (real-life production cluster with Hadoop and Spark pre-configured)
    3. 60+ hours online classes
    4. Complimentary access to high-quality videos, assessments and case studies
    5. Classes spread over 20+ sessions of 3 hours each
    6. Training by industry experts
    7. Life-time access to course content
    8. Real life projects
    9. Earn certificate
    10. 24x7 online experts help

     

    What To Expect:

     

    The Classes:

    The classes are held online on Saturdays and Sundays for 3 hours each for an overall of 60+ hours, that is, 20+ classes over 10+ weekends.

     

    The Mode:

    We use Google Hangouts or Zoom to enable live, interactive classes that are also recorded for future reference.

     

    The Audience:

    We have a global audience that logs in to work hand in hand with our world-class instructors. 

     

     Get Certified at No Extra Cost with 100% Moneyback Guarantee

     

    Why Is This Training Different: 

     

    The Instructors:

    Our instructors are industry experts, people who have been there and done that.  They not only encourage questioning but also give solutions that are practical and applicable at an enterprise level.

     

    The Practice:

    We provide an actual cluster for hands-on practicing.  It removes the need to install virtual machines and makes learning easier and fun.

     

    The Curriculum:

    Created by industry experts to equip attendees to hit the ground running.  CloudxLab sessions along with the curated curriculum make starting a project at work or attending an interview on Big Data a cake walk.

     

    The Project:

         1. Sentiment analysis of "Iron Man 3" movie using Hive and visualizing the sentiment data using BI tools such as Tableau

         2. Process the NSE (National Stock Exchange) data using Hive for various insights

         3. Analyze MovieLens data using Hive

         4. Generate movie recommendations using Spark MLlib

         5. Derive the importance of various handles at Twitter using Spark GraphX

         6. Churn the logs of NASA Kennedy Space Center WWW server using Spark to find out useful business and devops metrics
      
        7. Write end-to-end Spark application starting from writing code on your local machine to deploying to the cluster

        8. Build real-time analytics dashboard for an e-commerce company using Apache Spark, Kafka, Spark Streaming, Node.js, Socket.IO and Highcharts

     

    The Preparation:

    This is the only course in the market that enables course takers to consider any of the following certifications after completion:

    Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP): Data Engineer
    Cloudera Certified Associate (CCA): Spark & Hadoop Developer
    Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD)
    Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD): Spark

     

    CloudxLab

    CloudxLab is a leader in the domain of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and related technologies. Providing consulting, training, solutions and products related to above-mentioned technologies

     

    Why CloudxLab?

    1. Best in Class Trainers handpicked for the courses
    2. Anytime Anywhere Classes
    3. Class Recordings available for lifetime
    4. 24x7 support to customers for any technical query
    5. Popular Online interactive platform
    6. Certification at No Extra Cost
    7. Real Life Projects

     

     For any queries, write to us:

     Kelly Thomas, Business Development manager

     Email: reachus@cloudxlab.com

     Phone: +1 (412) 568-3901

     https://cloudxlab.com


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  • CloudxLab

     

    Big Data With Hadoop & Apache Spark Certification Training - Live Instructor-led Online Classes

     

    Our Big Data With Hadoop & Spark certification Training Bootcamp with 100% moneyback guarantee is designed to impart knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience required to become top-rated Hadoop and Spark Developer, Architect, Data Engineer, and similar roles. This course is also compatible with the following certifications:

    • Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP): Data Engineer
    • Cloudera Certified Associate (CCA): Spark & Hadoop Developer
    • Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD)
    • Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD): Spark

     

    Tools and concepts covered:

     

    HDFS, YARN, ZooKeeper, MapReduce, Pig, Hive, HBase, NoSQL databases, Sqoop, Flume, Oozie, Scala, Apache Spark, RDD, DataFrames, Spark Streaming, Kafka, MLlib, SparkSQL, SparkR, GraphX and more

     

    For more on curriculum, please click here

     

    Big Data With Hadoop & Apache Spark Certification Training - Live Instructor-led Online Classes

    1. Live online instructor-led classes
    2. 90 days access to lab (real-life production cluster with Hadoop and Spark pre-configured)
    3. 60+ hours online classes
    4. Complimentary access to high-quality videos, assessments and case studies
    5. Classes spread over 20+ sessions of 3 hours each
    6. Training by industry experts
    7. Life-time access to course content
    8. Real life projects
    9. Earn certificate
    10. 24x7 online experts help

     

    What To Expect:

     

    The Classes:

    The classes are held online on Saturdays and Sundays for 3 hours each for an overall of 60+ hours, that is, 20+ classes over 10+ weekends.

     

    The Mode:

    We use Google Hangouts or Zoom to enable live, interactive classes that are also recorded for future reference.

     

    The Audience:

    We have a global audience that logs in to work hand in hand with our world-class instructors. 

     

     Get Certified at No Extra Cost with 100% Moneyback Guarantee

     

    Why Is This Training Different: 

     

    The Instructors:

    Our instructors are industry experts, people who have been there and done that.  They not only encourage questioning but also give solutions that are practical and applicable at an enterprise level.

     

    The Practice:

    We provide an actual cluster for hands-on practicing.  It removes the need to install virtual machines and makes learning easier and fun.

     

    The Curriculum:

    Created by industry experts to equip attendees to hit the ground running.  CloudxLab sessions along with the curated curriculum make starting a project at work or attending an interview on Big Data a cake walk.

     

    The Project:

            1. Sentiment analysis of "Iron Man 3" movie using Hive and visualizing the sentiment data using BI tools such as Tableau

            2. Process the NSE (National Stock Exchange) data using Hive for various insights

            3. Analyze MovieLens data using Hive

            4. Generate movie recommendations using Spark MLlib

            5. Derive the importance of various handles at Twitter using Spark GraphX
      
            6. Churn the logs of NASA Kennedy Space Center WWW server using Spark to find out useful business and devops metrics
     
           7. Write end-to-end Spark application starting from writing code on your local machine to deploying to the cluster

           8. Build real-time analytics dashboard for an e-commerce company using Apache Spark, Kafka, Spark Streaming, Node.js, Socket.IO and Highcharts
     

    The Preparation:

    This is the only course in the market that enables course takers to consider any of the following certifications after completion:

    Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP): Data Engineer
    Cloudera Certified Associate (CCA): Spark & Hadoop Developer
    Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD)
    Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD): Spark

     

    CloudxLab

    CloudxLab is a leader in the domain of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and related technologies. Providing consulting, training, solutions and products related to above-mentioned technologies

     

    Why CloudxLab?

    1. Best in Class Trainers handpicked for the courses
    2. Anytime Anywhere Classes
    3. Class Recordings available for lifetime
    4. 24x7 support to customers for any technical query
    5. Popular Online interactive platform
    6. Certification at No Extra Cost
    7. Real Life Projects

     

     For any queries, write to us:

     Kelly Thomas, Business Development manager

     Email: reachus@cloudxlab.com

     Phone: +1 (412) 568-3901

     https://cloudxlab.com


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  • CloudxLab

     

    Big Data With Hadoop & Apache Spark Certification Training - Live Instructor-led Online Classes

     

    Our Big Data With Hadoop & Spark certification Training Bootcamp with 100% moneyback guarantee is designed to impart knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience required to become top-rated Hadoop and Spark Developer, Architect, Data Engineer, and similar roles. This course is also compatible with the following certifications:

    • Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP): Data Engineer
    • Cloudera Certified Associate (CCA): Spark & Hadoop Developer
    • Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD)
    • Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD): Spark

     

    Tools and concepts covered:

     

    HDFS, YARN, ZooKeeper, MapReduce, Pig, Hive, HBase, NoSQL databases, Sqoop, Flume, Oozie, Scala, Apache Spark, RDD, DataFrames, Spark Streaming, Kafka, MLlib, SparkSQL, SparkR, GraphX and more

     

    For more on curriculum, please click here 

     

    Big Data With Hadoop & Apache Spark Certification Training - Live Instructor-led Online Classes

    1. Live online instructor-led classes
    2. 90 days access to lab (real-life production cluster with Hadoop and Spark pre-configured)
    3. 60Complimentary access to high-quality videos, assessments and case studies
    4. Classes spread over 20+ sessions of 3 hours each
    5. Training by industry experts
    6. Life-time access to course content
    7. Real life projects
    8. Earn certificate
    9. 24x7 online experts help

     

    What To Expect:

     

    The Classes:

    The classes are held online on Saturdays and Sundays for 3 hours each for an overall of 60+ hours, that is, 20+ classes over 10+ weekends.

     

    The Mode:

    We use Google Hangouts or Zoom to enable live, interactive classes that are also recorded for future reference.

     

    The Audience:

    We have a global audience that logs in to work hand in hand with our world-class instructors. 

     

     Get Certified at No Extra Cost with 100% Moneyback Guarantee

     

    Why Is This Training Different: 

     

    The Instructors:

    Our instructors are industry experts, people who have been there and done that.  They not only encourage questioning but also give solutions that are practical and applicable at an enterprise level.

     

    The Practice:

    We provide an actual cluster for hands-on practicing.  It removes the need to install virtual machines and makes learning easier and fun.

     

    The Curriculum:

    Created by industry experts to equip attendees to hit the ground running.  CloudxLab sessions along with the curated curriculum make starting a project at work or attending an interview on Big Data a cake walk.

     

    The Project:

     1. Sentiment analysis of "Iron Man 3" movie using Hive and visualizing the sentiment data using BI tools such as Tableau
     2. Process the NSE (National Stock Exchange) data using Hive for various insights
     3. Analyze MovieLens data using Hive
     4. Generate movie recommendations using Spark MLlib
     5. Derive the importance of various handles at Twitter using Spark GraphX
     6. Churn the logs of NASA Kennedy Space Center WWW server using Spark to find out useful business and devops metrics
     7. Write end-to-end Spark application starting from writing code on your local machine to deploying to the cluster
     8. Build real-time analytics dashboard for an e-commerce company using Apache Spark, Kafka, Spark Streaming, Node.js, Socket.IO and Highcharts

     

    The Preparation:

    This is the only course in the market that enables course takers to consider any of the following certifications after completion:

    Cloudera Certified Professional (CCP): Data Engineer
    Cloudera Certified Associate (CCA): Spark & Hadoop Developer
    Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD)
    Hortonworks Certified Developer (HDPCD): Spark

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    CloudxLab

    CloudxLab is a leader in the domain of Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning and related technologies. Providing consulting, training, solutions and products related to above-mentioned technologies

     

    Why CloudxLab?

    1. Best in Class Trainers handpicked for the courses
    2. Anytime Anywhere Classes
    3. Class Recordings available for lifetime
    4. 24x7 support to customers for any technical query
    5. Popular Online interactive platform
    6. Certification at No Extra Cost
    7. Real Life Projects

     

     For any queries, write to us:

     Kelly Thomas, Business Development manager

     Email: reachus@cloudxlab.com

     Phone: +1 (412) 568-3901

     https://cloudxlab.com


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