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Configuring SAP ERP financials and controlling / / Peter Jones, John Burger ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Configuring SAP ERP financials and controlling / / Peter Jones, John Burger ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Autore Jones Peter
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2009
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (1607 p.)
Disciplina 657.0285/53
658.150285536
Collana Serious skills
Soggetto topico Accounting - Data processing
Accounting - Computer programs
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-25733-2
1-118-05916-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title Page; Credits; Copyright; Publisher's Note; Dedication; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Introduction; Is This Book for You?; How This Book Is Organized; Conventions Used in This Book; Case Company Background; Chapter 1: Configuration Tools; Introduction to SAP; A New Approach to System Customization; The Implementation Guide (IMG); The Service Market Place; Summary; Chapter 2: Financial Accounting Enterprise Structure; Chart of Accounts; Fiscal Year Variant; Posting Period Variant; Company Code Configuration; Business Areas; Functional Areas
Advanced Validation and Substitution ConfigurationSales and Use Tax; Summary; Chapter 3: General Ledger; Continuing with the Chart of Accounts; Copying and Transporting G/L Accounts; Field Status Groups; Posting Key Configuration; Automatic Account Determination; Intercompany Posting Automatic Account Assignment; Financial Statement Versions; G/L Display Configuration; Posting Amount Defaults and Tolerance Groups; Number Ranges and Document Types; Summary; Chapter 4: Accounts Payable; House Banks and Accounts; Payment Program Configuration; Company Code Data; Paying Company Code Data
Vendor Master DataSummary; Chapter 5: Accounts Receivable; Terms of Payment and Interest Calculation; Reason Codes; Default Account Assignments; Overall A/R and Employee Tolerances; Credit Management; Customer Master Records; Summary; Chapter 6: Financial Supply Chain Management; Biller Direct; Cash and Liquidity Management; Liquidity Planner; Collections Management; Credit Management; Summary; Chapter 7: New GL Accounting; Overview of the New GL; Initial Configuration Requirements of the New GL; Master Data of the New GL; Summary; Chapter 8: Controlling Enterprise Structure
The Controlling AreaThe Operating Concern; Summary; Chapter 9: Cost Element Accounting; Cost Element Types; Creating Cost Elements Automatically; Creating Cost Elements Manually; Imputed Costs; Reconciliation Ledger; Explanation of CO Updates; Summary; Chapter 10: Cost Center Accounting; Introduction to Cost Center Accounting Configuration; Cost Center Accounting Standard Hierarchy; Controlling Area/Profit Center Accounting Maintenance; Cost Center Basics; Activity Types and Statistical Key Figures; Assessments, Distributions, and Periodic Repostings; Cost Center Accounting: Planning
Assigning Accounts Automatically in COSummary; Chapter 11: Internal Order Accounting; Configuring Internal Order Accounting; Controlling Area Maintenance for Internal Order Accounting; Order Settlement Configuration; Order Planning and Budgeting; Internal Order Status Management; Order Type Development; Summary; Chapter 12: Profitability Analysis; Costing-Based vs. Account-Based CO-PA; Operating Concern Development; Characteristic Derivation; Assigning Values to Value Fields; CO-PA Planning; Activating CO-PA; CO-PA Reporting; CO-PA Transports; Summary; Chapter 13: Profit Center Accounting
PCA Configuration Overview
Record Nr. UNINA-9910141180603321
Jones Peter  
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2009
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Effective project management : traditional, agile, extreme / / Robert K Wysocki ; proofreader, Sarah Kaikini ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Effective project management : traditional, agile, extreme / / Robert K Wysocki ; proofreader, Sarah Kaikini ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Autore Wysocki Robert K
Edizione [Seventh edition.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (770 p.)
Disciplina 658.404
Altri autori (Persone) KaikiniSarah
SneedRyan
Soggetto topico Project management
Organizational effectiveness
Organization
Planning
Armies - Organization
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-72931-5
1-118-74210-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Part I Understanding the Project Management Landscape; Chapter 1 What Is a Project?; Defining a Project; Sequence of Activities; Unique Activities; Complex Activities; Connected Activities; One Goal; Specified Time; Within Budget; According to Specification; A Business-focused Definition of a Project; An Intuitive View of the Project Landscape; Defining a Program; Defining a Portfolio; The Enterprise Level; Understanding the Scope Triangle; Scope; Quality; Cost; Time; Resources; Risk; Envisioning the Scope Triangle as a System in Balance
Prioritizing the Scope Triangle Variables for Improved Change Management Applying the Scope Triangle; The Importance of Classifying Projects; Establishing a Rule for Classifying Projects; Classification by Project Characteristics; Classification by Project Application; The Contemporary Project Environment; High Speed; High Change; Lower Cost; Increasing Levels of Complexity; More Uncertainty; Putting It All Together; Discussion Questions; Chapter 2 What Is Project Management?; Understanding the Fundamentals of Project Management; What Business Situation Is Being Addressed by This Project?
What Does the Business Need to Do? What Will You Do?; How Will You Do It?; How Will You Know You Did It?; How Well Did You Do?; Challenges to Effective Project Management; Flexibility and Adaptability; Deep Understanding of the Business and Its Systems; Take Charge of the Project and Its Management; Project Management Is Organized Common Sense; Managing the Creeps; Scope Creep; Hope Creep; Effort Creep; Feature Creep; What Are Requirements-Really?; Introducing Project Management Life Cycles; Traditional Project Management Approaches; Agile Project Management Approaches
Extreme Project Management Approach Emertxe Project Management Approach; Recap of PMLC Models; Choosing the Best-Fit PMLC Model; Total Cost; Duration; Market Stability; Technology; Business Climate; Number of Departments Affected; Organizational Environment; Team Skills and Competencies; Putting It All Together; Discussion Questions; Chapter 3 What Are the Project Management Process Groups?; Defining the Five Process Groups; The Scoping Process Group; Defining the Five Process Groups; The Scoping Process Group; The Planning Process Group; The Planning Process Group; The Launching Process Group
The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group The Launching Process Group; The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group; The Closing Process Group; Defining the Ten Knowledge Areas; The Closing Process Group; Defining the Ten Knowledge Areas; Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Quality Management; Project Quality Management; Project Human Resource Management; Project Human Resource Management
Project Communications Management
Record Nr. UNINA-9910462991303321
Wysocki Robert K  
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
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Effective project management : traditional, agile, extreme / / Robert K Wysocki ; proofreader, Sarah Kaikini ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Effective project management : traditional, agile, extreme / / Robert K Wysocki ; proofreader, Sarah Kaikini ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Autore Wysocki Robert K
Edizione [Seventh edition.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (770 p.)
Disciplina 658.404
Altri autori (Persone) KaikiniSarah
SneedRyan
Soggetto topico Project management
Organizational effectiveness
Organization
Planning
Armies - Organization
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-72931-5
1-118-74210-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Part I Understanding the Project Management Landscape; Chapter 1 What Is a Project?; Defining a Project; Sequence of Activities; Unique Activities; Complex Activities; Connected Activities; One Goal; Specified Time; Within Budget; According to Specification; A Business-focused Definition of a Project; An Intuitive View of the Project Landscape; Defining a Program; Defining a Portfolio; The Enterprise Level; Understanding the Scope Triangle; Scope; Quality; Cost; Time; Resources; Risk; Envisioning the Scope Triangle as a System in Balance
Prioritizing the Scope Triangle Variables for Improved Change Management Applying the Scope Triangle; The Importance of Classifying Projects; Establishing a Rule for Classifying Projects; Classification by Project Characteristics; Classification by Project Application; The Contemporary Project Environment; High Speed; High Change; Lower Cost; Increasing Levels of Complexity; More Uncertainty; Putting It All Together; Discussion Questions; Chapter 2 What Is Project Management?; Understanding the Fundamentals of Project Management; What Business Situation Is Being Addressed by This Project?
What Does the Business Need to Do? What Will You Do?; How Will You Do It?; How Will You Know You Did It?; How Well Did You Do?; Challenges to Effective Project Management; Flexibility and Adaptability; Deep Understanding of the Business and Its Systems; Take Charge of the Project and Its Management; Project Management Is Organized Common Sense; Managing the Creeps; Scope Creep; Hope Creep; Effort Creep; Feature Creep; What Are Requirements-Really?; Introducing Project Management Life Cycles; Traditional Project Management Approaches; Agile Project Management Approaches
Extreme Project Management Approach Emertxe Project Management Approach; Recap of PMLC Models; Choosing the Best-Fit PMLC Model; Total Cost; Duration; Market Stability; Technology; Business Climate; Number of Departments Affected; Organizational Environment; Team Skills and Competencies; Putting It All Together; Discussion Questions; Chapter 3 What Are the Project Management Process Groups?; Defining the Five Process Groups; The Scoping Process Group; Defining the Five Process Groups; The Scoping Process Group; The Planning Process Group; The Planning Process Group; The Launching Process Group
The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group The Launching Process Group; The Monitoring and Controlling Process Group; The Closing Process Group; Defining the Ten Knowledge Areas; The Closing Process Group; Defining the Ten Knowledge Areas; Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Integration Management; Project Scope Management; Project Time Management; Project Cost Management; Project Quality Management; Project Quality Management; Project Human Resource Management; Project Human Resource Management
Project Communications Management
Record Nr. UNINA-9910544794403321
Wysocki Robert K  
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
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Mastering windows server 2012 / / Mark Minasi [and seven others] ; acquisitions editor Mariann Barsolo ; cover designer Ryan Sneed
Mastering windows server 2012 / / Mark Minasi [and seven others] ; acquisitions editor Mariann Barsolo ; cover designer Ryan Sneed
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Sybex, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (1706 p.)
Disciplina 005.4469
Altri autori (Persone) MinasiMark
Barsolo Mariann
SneedRyan
Soggetto topico Operating systems (Computers)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-33172-9
1-118-33394-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Mastering Windows Server® 2012 R2; Copyright; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Contents at a Glance; Contents; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book?; What's Inside?; The Mastering Series; Final Comments; How to Contact the Authors; Chapter 1: What's New in Windows Server 2012 R2; Windows Server 2012 R2 Introduction; Windows Server Editions; Standard Edition; Data center Edition; Foundation Edition; Essentials Edition; Desktop Changes; Active Directory Changes; Active Directory Domain Services Changes; Active Directory Rights Management Services; Active Directory Certificate Services
Virtualization Hyper-V; Virtual Desktop Infrastructure; Networking Changes; EAP-TTLS; DNS; IP Address Management; NIC Teaming; Management Tools; Server Manager; The Remote Tools: WinRM and WinRS; Remote Desktop Services; Group Policy Object Improvements; File and Print Sharing; Branch Cache; SMB 3.0; File Server Resource Manager; Web-based Services; Web Server IIS; FTP Server; Chapter 2: Installing and Upgrading to Windows Server 2012 R2; What Has Changed?; Installation Requirements; 64-Bit Support; Installing the Operating System; Performing a Clean Installation
Performing an Upgrade Installation Server Manager Dashboard; Using Server Manager to Configure Your Servers; Changes to Server Manager; Common Configuration Tasks; Adding and Removing Roles and Features; Troubleshooting Roles and Features; Wrapping Up Server Manager; Upgrading Active Directory; An Overview of Active Directory: New Functionality in Windows Server 2012 R2; Active Directory Upgrade Strategies; Unattended Installations; Installing Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit; Creating an Answer File; Using an Answer File; Installing a Sample Server Network for This Book's Examples
The Bottom Line Chapter 3: Introduction to Server Core; What's New in Server Core; Installing Server Core; Server Core Survival Guide; Switching between Server Core and the GUI and Vice Versa; Accessing Task Manager; Closing the Command Prompt; Changing the Administrator's Password; Accessing File Shares; Finding Commands from A to Z; Reading Text Files with Notepad; Editing the Registry; Rebooting and Shutting Down; Initial Configurations for Server Core; Providing Computer Information; Updating the Server; Customizing This Server; Administering Server Core Remotely
Configuring Roles and Features Creating a Domain Controller and Managing DNS; Configuring the DHCP Service; Setting Up a File Server; Setting Up a Print Server; Managing Licenses with the Key Management Service; Protecting Data with Windows Backup Server; The Bottom Line; Chapter 4: Windows Server 2012 R2 Networking Enhancements; The Journey to IPv6; The Benefits of IPv6; IPv6 Transition Technologies; Better Networking Manageability with PowerShell; Networking Cmdlets and Modules; Microsoft NIC Teaming; Understanding the Benefits of a Windows Server 2012 R2 NIC Team; NIC Team Configurations
Configuring NIC Teaming
Record Nr. UNINA-9910462982203321
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Sybex, , 2014
Materiale a stampa
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Mastering windows server 2012 / / Mark Minasi [and seven others] ; acquisitions editor Mariann Barsolo ; cover designer Ryan Sneed
Mastering windows server 2012 / / Mark Minasi [and seven others] ; acquisitions editor Mariann Barsolo ; cover designer Ryan Sneed
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Sybex, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (1706 p.)
Disciplina 005.4469
Altri autori (Persone) MinasiMark
Barsolo Mariann
SneedRyan
Soggetto topico Operating systems (Computers)
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-33172-9
1-118-33394-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Mastering Windows Server® 2012 R2; Copyright; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Contents at a Glance; Contents; Introduction; Who Should Read This Book?; What's Inside?; The Mastering Series; Final Comments; How to Contact the Authors; Chapter 1: What's New in Windows Server 2012 R2; Windows Server 2012 R2 Introduction; Windows Server Editions; Standard Edition; Data center Edition; Foundation Edition; Essentials Edition; Desktop Changes; Active Directory Changes; Active Directory Domain Services Changes; Active Directory Rights Management Services; Active Directory Certificate Services
Virtualization Hyper-V; Virtual Desktop Infrastructure; Networking Changes; EAP-TTLS; DNS; IP Address Management; NIC Teaming; Management Tools; Server Manager; The Remote Tools: WinRM and WinRS; Remote Desktop Services; Group Policy Object Improvements; File and Print Sharing; Branch Cache; SMB 3.0; File Server Resource Manager; Web-based Services; Web Server IIS; FTP Server; Chapter 2: Installing and Upgrading to Windows Server 2012 R2; What Has Changed?; Installation Requirements; 64-Bit Support; Installing the Operating System; Performing a Clean Installation
Performing an Upgrade Installation Server Manager Dashboard; Using Server Manager to Configure Your Servers; Changes to Server Manager; Common Configuration Tasks; Adding and Removing Roles and Features; Troubleshooting Roles and Features; Wrapping Up Server Manager; Upgrading Active Directory; An Overview of Active Directory: New Functionality in Windows Server 2012 R2; Active Directory Upgrade Strategies; Unattended Installations; Installing Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit; Creating an Answer File; Using an Answer File; Installing a Sample Server Network for This Book's Examples
The Bottom Line Chapter 3: Introduction to Server Core; What's New in Server Core; Installing Server Core; Server Core Survival Guide; Switching between Server Core and the GUI and Vice Versa; Accessing Task Manager; Closing the Command Prompt; Changing the Administrator's Password; Accessing File Shares; Finding Commands from A to Z; Reading Text Files with Notepad; Editing the Registry; Rebooting and Shutting Down; Initial Configurations for Server Core; Providing Computer Information; Updating the Server; Customizing This Server; Administering Server Core Remotely
Configuring Roles and Features Creating a Domain Controller and Managing DNS; Configuring the DHCP Service; Setting Up a File Server; Setting Up a Print Server; Managing Licenses with the Key Management Service; Protecting Data with Windows Backup Server; The Bottom Line; Chapter 4: Windows Server 2012 R2 Networking Enhancements; The Journey to IPv6; The Benefits of IPv6; IPv6 Transition Technologies; Better Networking Manageability with PowerShell; Networking Cmdlets and Modules; Microsoft NIC Teaming; Understanding the Benefits of a Windows Server 2012 R2 NIC Team; NIC Team Configurations
Configuring NIC Teaming
Record Nr. UNINA-9910535689903321
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Sybex, , 2014
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Microsoft big data solutions / / Adam Jorgensen [and five others] ; executive editor, Robert Elliot ; project editor, Jennifer Lynn ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Microsoft big data solutions / / Adam Jorgensen [and five others] ; executive editor, Robert Elliot ; project editor, Jennifer Lynn ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Autore Jorgensen Adam
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (410 p.)
Disciplina 005.74
Altri autori (Persone) JorgensenAdam
ElliotRobert
LynnJennifer
SneedRyan
Soggetto topico Cloud computing
Computers
Web services
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-72955-2
1-118-74209-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Part I What Is Big Data?; Chapter 1 Industry Needs and Solutions; What's So Big About Big Data?; A Brief History of Hadoop; Google; Nutch; What Is Hadoop?; Derivative Works and Distributions; Hadoop Distributions; Core Hadoop Ecosystem; Important Apache Projects for Hadoop; The Future for Hadoop; Summary; Chapter 2 Microsoft's Approach to Big Data; A Story of "Better Together"; Competition in the Ecosystem; SQL on Hadoop Today; Hortonworks and Stinger; Cloudera and Impala; Microsoft's Contribution to SQL in Hadoop; Deploying Hadoop
Deployment Factors Deployment Topologies; Deployment Scorecard; Summary; Part II Setting Up for Big Data with Microsoft; Chapter 3 Configuring Your First Big Data Environment; Getting Started; Getting the Install; Running the Installation; On-Premise Installation: Single-Node Installation; HD Insight Service: Installing in the Cloud; Windows Azure Storage Explorer Options; Validating Your New Cluster; Logging into HD Insight Service; Verify HDP Functionality in the Logs; Common Post-Setup Tasks; Loading Your First Files; Verifying Hive and Pig; Summary; Part III Storing and Managing Big Data
Chapter 4 HDFS, Hive, HBase, and HCatalog Exploring the Hadoop Distributed File System; Explaining the HDFS Architecture; Interacting with HDFS; Exploring Hive: The Hadoop Data Warehouse Platform; Designing, Building, and Loading Tables; Querying Data; Configuring the Hive ODBC Driver; Exploring HCatalog: HDFS Table and Metadata Management; Exploring HBase: An HDFS Column-Oriented Database; Columnar Databases; Defining and Populating an HBase Table; Using Query Operations; Summary; Chapter 5 Storing and Managing Data in HDFS; Understanding the Fundamentals of HDFS; HDFS Architecture
Name Nodes and Data Nodes Data Replication; Using Common Commands to Interact with HDFS; Interfaces for Working with HDFS; File Manipulation Commands; Administrative Functions in HDFS; Moving and Organizing Data in HDFS; Moving Data in HDFS; Implementing Data Structures for Easier Management; Rebalancing Data; Summary; Chapter 6 Adding Structure with Hive; Understanding Hive's Purpose and Role; Providing Structure for Unstructured Data; Enabling Data Access and Transformation; Differentiating Hive from Traditional RDBMS Systems; Working with Hive; Creating and Querying Basic Tables
Creating Databases Creating Tables; Adding and Deleting Data; Querying a Table; Using Advanced Data Structures with Hive; Setting Up Partitioned Tables; Loading Partitioned Tables; Using Views; Creating Indexes for Tables; Summary; Chapter 7 Expanding Your Capability with HBase and HCatalog; Using HBase; Creating HBase Tables; Loading Data into an HBase Table; Performing a Fast Lookup; Loading and Querying HBase; Managing Data with HCatalog; Working with HCatalog and Hive; Defining Data Structures; Creating Indexes; Creating Partitions; Integrating HCatalog with Pig and Hive
Using HBase or Hive as a Data Warehouse
Record Nr. UNINA-9910530868903321
Jorgensen Adam  
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
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Microsoft big data solutions / / Adam Jorgensen [and five others] ; executive editor, Robert Elliot ; project editor, Jennifer Lynn ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Microsoft big data solutions / / Adam Jorgensen [and five others] ; executive editor, Robert Elliot ; project editor, Jennifer Lynn ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (410 p.)
Disciplina 005.74
Altri autori (Persone) JorgensenAdam
ElliotRobert
LynnJennifer
SneedRyan
Soggetto topico Cloud computing
Computers
Web services
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-72955-2
1-118-74209-5
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title Page; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Part I What Is Big Data?; Chapter 1 Industry Needs and Solutions; What's So Big About Big Data?; A Brief History of Hadoop; Google; Nutch; What Is Hadoop?; Derivative Works and Distributions; Hadoop Distributions; Core Hadoop Ecosystem; Important Apache Projects for Hadoop; The Future for Hadoop; Summary; Chapter 2 Microsoft's Approach to Big Data; A Story of "Better Together"; Competition in the Ecosystem; SQL on Hadoop Today; Hortonworks and Stinger; Cloudera and Impala; Microsoft's Contribution to SQL in Hadoop; Deploying Hadoop
Deployment Factors Deployment Topologies; Deployment Scorecard; Summary; Part II Setting Up for Big Data with Microsoft; Chapter 3 Configuring Your First Big Data Environment; Getting Started; Getting the Install; Running the Installation; On-Premise Installation: Single-Node Installation; HD Insight Service: Installing in the Cloud; Windows Azure Storage Explorer Options; Validating Your New Cluster; Logging into HD Insight Service; Verify HDP Functionality in the Logs; Common Post-Setup Tasks; Loading Your First Files; Verifying Hive and Pig; Summary; Part III Storing and Managing Big Data
Chapter 4 HDFS, Hive, HBase, and HCatalog Exploring the Hadoop Distributed File System; Explaining the HDFS Architecture; Interacting with HDFS; Exploring Hive: The Hadoop Data Warehouse Platform; Designing, Building, and Loading Tables; Querying Data; Configuring the Hive ODBC Driver; Exploring HCatalog: HDFS Table and Metadata Management; Exploring HBase: An HDFS Column-Oriented Database; Columnar Databases; Defining and Populating an HBase Table; Using Query Operations; Summary; Chapter 5 Storing and Managing Data in HDFS; Understanding the Fundamentals of HDFS; HDFS Architecture
Name Nodes and Data Nodes Data Replication; Using Common Commands to Interact with HDFS; Interfaces for Working with HDFS; File Manipulation Commands; Administrative Functions in HDFS; Moving and Organizing Data in HDFS; Moving Data in HDFS; Implementing Data Structures for Easier Management; Rebalancing Data; Summary; Chapter 6 Adding Structure with Hive; Understanding Hive's Purpose and Role; Providing Structure for Unstructured Data; Enabling Data Access and Transformation; Differentiating Hive from Traditional RDBMS Systems; Working with Hive; Creating and Querying Basic Tables
Creating Databases Creating Tables; Adding and Deleting Data; Querying a Table; Using Advanced Data Structures with Hive; Setting Up Partitioned Tables; Loading Partitioned Tables; Using Views; Creating Indexes for Tables; Summary; Chapter 7 Expanding Your Capability with HBase and HCatalog; Using HBase; Creating HBase Tables; Loading Data into an HBase Table; Performing a Fast Lookup; Loading and Querying HBase; Managing Data with HCatalog; Working with HCatalog and Hive; Defining Data Structures; Creating Indexes; Creating Partitions; Integrating HCatalog with Pig and Hive
Using HBase or Hive as a Data Warehouse
Record Nr. UNINA-9910464049503321
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2014
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