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MISB Bocconi recently announced the launch of their new Executive Program in Business Analytics (EBPA) in partnership with Jigsaw Academy. The program focuses on giving participants an understanding of predictive modeling, data mining, big data analytics, marketing, operations and risk analytics, among other analytics areas. On program completion, participants will be capable of data driven decision making and leadership in industries such as retail, finance, telecommunications, healthcare and manufacturing.

 

 

“The USP of the course is that it includes renowned international faculty from SDA Bocconi in Milan, Italy, together with analytics and Big Data experts from Jigsaw Academy,”

The program involves 120 hours of in-person training to be held over six (6) three-day modules at the MISB Bocconi campus in Powai, Mumbai. In the interim, Jigsaw Academy will also conduct twenty (20) live online classes of three (3) hours each for a total of 60 hours which participants can attend from their home, office or any other convenient location using an Internet connection. In addition to the live online and in-person classes, participants will also have access to over 100 hours of pre-recorded video lectures on data science and Big Data analytics for a period of 12 months.

Learning hours are supplemented by round-the-clock, unrestricted access to the Jigsaw Lab, a cloud-based analytics tool and content library that allows participants to gain hands-on competence with the most in-demand analytics tools and technologies in the industry, including SAS, R and Hadoop. The corresponding data science toolkit is designed to augment participants’ practical exposure to these tools.

To know more about the course; visit -> http://www.jigsawacademy.com/bocconi-business-analytics-program-mumbai/

There is good news for students who are looking to pursue Business Analytics course by Great Lakes; as Great Lakes has recently come up with a completely new, information rich and user friendly website for their Post Graduate Program in Business Analytics. You can check out the new website at: http://elearning.greatlakes.edu/pgpba Admissions are open for April-May 2015 batch; you can download the admission brochure here http://elearning.greatlakes.edu.in/pgpba/pdf/PGPBA_Brochure_Great%20Lakes.pdf

Introducing Big Data Specialist Certification by Jigsaw Academy in association with Wiley. This Big data certification is the only big data certification in India that is globally recognized. We would be featuring a full review of this course in coming days.  In the mean while to know more about this certification, check Jigsaw Academy’s website at Big Data Specialist Certification Page.

The Big Data Training & Certification by Jigsaw Academy has also been reviewed in depth by Analytics Vidhya and you can check out their complete review here-> http://www.analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2014/08/big-data-big-difference/

In the IT world, clearly big data has attracted a lot of attention from various sectors and the last two years have seen a significant investment in various big data projects and many more startups.  According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research, the global big data market was worth USD 6.3 billion in 2012 and is expected to reach USD 48.3 billion by 2018. In 2014, one will see companies reporting the benefits of their big data projects and further implementing analytics applications on top of big data infrastructure. Bottom line is big data hype may subside but real time project implications and value for the investments would surface in this year. Given that the implementation of projects by various firms is going to continue, the demand for big data talent will continue to rise and this career path is sure to be a challenging and rewarding one.

Amongst the existing big data technologies, Apache Hadoop and its various components are the most popular management solutions for handling big data. Since these technologies are specifically designed to handle massive amounts of data using distributed computing framework, there is a huge demand for the right kind of big data talent. Typically a big data analyst should have good knowledge on MapReduce programming to query and analyze data sitting in the big databases such as Hadoop. Java is the most popular language for executing MapReduce programs on Hadoop and other alternatives which exist are Hive, Pig etc. One can also use other languages such as R, Python, Ruby, Perl, C++ and more to execute MapReduce programs on Hadoop. These along with Hive and Pig are considered as non-Java big data languages in order to query the Hadoop database.

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