I love the course. It goes deep into the foundations, and then finishes up with an actual lab where you learn by practice. I greatly benefited from it and feel I have achieved a milestone in big data.
First of all i would like to take this opportunity to thanks the instructors the course is well structured and explained the foundations with real world problems with easy to understand the concepts.
In this course, I learned how to use Hadoop basically. With the clear explanation of the Professor, I believe every one can realize in a short time.
por Harrison T•
i would like to see more intermittent testing and application of my knowledge. it felt like it had a high ratio of lecture to hands-on/testing/etc
por Tamas M•
The beginning is a bit theoretical, only the end brings some practical examples up. Slides are a bit old fashioned and presenters are a bit rigid
por Alexander P•
Great content, very broad and provides a good overview of BigData. They alloy you to taste the subject and try a "Hands on" approach at the end.
por Yukta S•
It’s a good and helpful course which will take you through all the basics.Apart from theoretical topics,practical application is also taught.
por Amrit P P•
great course to understand the concept of bigdata and famalarize yourself to hadoop and cloudera. only issue i faced the VM used is outdated
por Sanskriti O•
This is a wonderful introductory course for Big Data . If people are confused whether to go for it or not , this course will be very helpful.
por Akshay P•
This is probably the best Introduction to Hadoop. Minus 1 star only because I wish I could receive the sessions on mail for future reference.
por Ramesh C P•
Increase the depth on hands on exercises. There were very basic and did not explore even all the examples which hadoop provides by default!
por Yogesh P•
Very good course . It was a bit slow in the beginning but went to a good pace covering a whole lot of basics as the course moved forward.
por Ali R•
There is room to improve, but much better than previous version. Thanks for your good work as a good resource on learning about big data
por Fernando H T d S•
For a introductory course it covers a lot of things, not in too much detail, but it covers a lot of important concepts and definitions.
por Kamlesh K•
This is a perfect beginner-friendly course. Clears many doubts and give you a clear idea of Big Data. Also, the data provided is good.
por Waqas J•
Loved every second of it, easy to understand, well structured, more big data usage examples in video formats would be a nice addition
por Priya D•
Nice learning and content are very good to understand. There were example which help to understand the topic more accurately. Thanks.
por Divakar C•
If more case studies and writing MapReduce programs using Python are added to the last section of the course, it would be awesome.
por Kailash B•
Very good explanations serving a comprehensive introduction. The transcript of the videos could however be reviewed for accuracy.
por Raghavendra P•
Nice study material, easy and lucid explanation. Covers the basic concepts and gives necessary overview. Teachers are excellent.
por Nicolas R•
Very instructive and well designed course for an introduction to Big Data. Liked the hand on projects and the quality of videos.
por Kabeer B•
can be more business oriented...would love to learn more on its business implication
for beginners, this is a very useful course
por Siphephelo B G•
The course provides a solid introduction to Big Data, even if your knowledge is Big Data as a buzzword. Definitely recommended
por KAMATCHI P 1•
Ur teaching very nice, but some pics and PPT available in our course extra features to be added in our Coursera. Thank u!!
por Jason M H•
A little slow to start, but probably good to understand the whole picture. The hands on Hadoop is A+ for me as a beginner.
To me, I feel there're too many common senses were talked about. Would be much better if we go strait to the key points...
por Andrew S•
It would have been nice to understand how to delete directories in Hadoop so that the final exercise was more productive.