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  1. 1. Job Profiles & Future Scope of Big Data Stack Data Labs - Immersive Training Provider
  2. 2. Introduction ● In the past few years, there is an increase in job profiles in Big Data. ● Big data is hot and it's unlikely that this will change in the near future. ● Companies’ have increased their focus on acquiring Big Data talent with the creation of a whole new set of Big Data roles and titles.
  3. 3. Trends in Big Data 2017 ● Big Data becomes fast and approachable. ● Spark and Machine Learning light up big data. ● Convergence of IoT, Cloud and big data creates new opportunities for self-service analytics.
  4. 4. Trends in Big Data 2017 ● Self-service data prep becomes mainstream as end users begin to shape big data. ● Big data no longer just Hadoop. ● Big Data grows up, Hadoop adds to Enterprise standards.
  5. 5. Job Profiles in Big Data
  6. 6. Data Scientist ● A data scientist is as rare as a unicorn and gets to work every day with the mindset of a curious data wizard. ● He/she masters a whole range of skills and talents going from being able to handle the raw data, analyzing that data with the help of statistical techniques, to share his/her insights with his peers in a compelling way.
  7. 7. Responsibilities of Data Scientist ● Selecting features, building and optimizing classifiers using machine learning techniques ● Data mining using state-of-the-art methods ● Extending company’s data with third party sources of information when needed
  8. 8. Responsibilities of Data Scientist ● Enhancing data collection procedures to include information that is relevant for building analytic systems ● Processing, cleansing, and verifying the integrity of data used for analysis
  9. 9. Responsibilities of Data Scientist
  10. 10. Data Analyst ● Just like the data scientist, the skills and talents that are needed for this role are diverse and range the entire spectrum of the data science process combined with a healthy “figure-it-out” attitude. ● Languages like R, Python, SQL and C are elementary to him/her.
  11. 11. Responsibilities of Data Analyst ● Analytical Skills: Data analysts work with large amounts of data.You will need to see the data and analyze it to find conclusions. ● Communication Skills: Data analysts are often called to present their findings, or translate the data into an understandable document.
  12. 12. Responsibilities of Data Analyst ● Critical Thinking: Data analysts must look at the numbers, trends, and data and come to new conclusions based on the findings. ● Attention to Detail: Data is precise. Data analysts have to make sure they are vigilant in their analysis to come
  13. 13. Responsibilities of Data Analyst
  14. 14. Data Engineer ● The data engineer often has a background in software engineering and loves to play around with databases and large –scale processing systems. ● Every role is different, though, so some may require more specialized knowledge in one of these areas over the others.
  15. 15. Responsibilities of Data Engineer ● Data Analysis: Are you a pro with MapReduce, Hadoop or even data mining? In addition to processing data, you may also need to know more specialized techniques like machine learning or even statistical analysis.
  16. 16. Responsibilities of Data Engineer ● Data Warehousing: Are you familiar with large data stores? Do you know how to get data in or take data out? ● Data Transformation: Sometimes data needs to be changed or transformed into a different format in
  17. 17. Responsibilities of Data Engineer ● Data Collection: You have to crawl before you can walk. Crawling the Web or extracting data from an existing database or API are common chores for Big Data engineers.
  18. 18. Responsibilities of Data Engineer
  19. 19. Database Administrator ● Database Administrator makes sure that the database is available to all relevant users, is performing properly and is being kept safe. ● A Database Administrator makes sure that all backup and recovery systems are in place, and keeps track of the different technologies that are being used.
  20. 20. ● Implement, support and manage the corporate database. ● Design and configure relational database objects. ● Are responsible for data integrity and availability. Responsibilities of Database Administrator
  21. 21. ● Ensure database security, including backups & disaster recovery. ● Plan and implement application and data provisioning. Responsibilities of Database Administrator
  22. 22. Responsibilities of Database Administrator
  23. 23. Data Architect ● The person in this role creates the blueprints for data management systems to integrate, centralize, protect and maintain the data sources. ● The data architect masters technologies like Hive, Pig, and Spark, and needs to be on top of every new innovation in the industry.
  24. 24. Responsibilities of Data Architect ● Determines database structural requirements by analyzing client operations, applications, and programming; reviewing objectives with clients; evaluating current systems; ● Prepares users by conducting training.
  25. 25. ● Develops database solutions by designing proposed system; defining database physical structure and functional capabilities, security, backup, and recovery specifications. ● Installs database systems by developing flowcharts.
  26. 26. Responsibilities of Data Architect
  27. 27. Data & Analytics Manager ● A data analytics manager steers the direction of the data science team and makes sure the right priorities are set. ● This person combines strong technical skills with a diverse set of technologies (SQL, R, SAS, …) with the social skills required to manage a team.
  28. 28. Responsibilities of Data & Analytics Manager ● Suggest an area for and methods of improving operations. ● May collect and analyze external market data to provide benchmarks for comparison purposes.
  29. 29. Responsibilities of Data & Analytics Manager ● Demonstrates expertise in a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. ● Presents reports to management for use in decision making and strategic planning.
  30. 30. Responsibilities of Data & Analytics Manager
  31. 31. Business Analyst ● The business analyst is often a bit different from the rest of the team. ● While often less technically oriented, the business analyst makes up for it with his/her deep knowledge of the different business processes.
  32. 32. Responsibilities of Business Analyst ● Assisting with the business case ● Planning and monitoring ● Eliciting requirements ● Requirements organization
  33. 33. Responsibilities of Business Analyst
  34. 34. Statistician ● Although often forgotten or replaced by fancier sounding job titles, the statistician represents what the data science field stands for: getting useful insights from data. ● Statisticians can handle all sorts of data
  35. 35. Statistician ● With his/her strong background in statistical theories and methodologies, and a logical and stats oriented mindset, he/she harvests the data and turns it into information and knowledge
  36. 36. Responsibilities of Statistician ● Apply statistical theories and methods to solve practical problems in business, engineering, the sciences, or other fields ● Decide what data are needed to answer specific questions or problems
  37. 37. Responsibilities of Statistician ● Design surveys or experiments or opinion polls to collect data ● Collect data or train others to do so ● Analyze and interpret data ● Report conclusions from their analysis
  38. 38. Responsibilities of Statistician
  39. 39. Why is Big Data the best career move? ● Soaring Demand for Analytics Professionals ● Huge Job Opportunities & Meeting the Skill Gap ● Huge Salary Aspects ● Big Data Analytics: A Top Priority in a lot of Organizations
  40. 40. Why is Big Data the best career move? ● Analytics: A Key Factor in Decision Making ● The Rise of Unstructured and Semistructured Data Analytics ● Big Data Analytics is Used Everywhere!
  41. 41. For more Info or Training Contact us: https://www.stackdatalabs.com www.stackdatalabs.co m Connect With Us On Social Media

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