07-19-2015 07:54 PM
Decision makers at cloudera should also consider the option of refund of exam fees for candidates who have registered for CCDH but want to opt out of exam due to this decision of eventually removing CCDH.
Feeling really thugged and demotivated by this decision. Because now it seems there is no point in doing a certification wihch is soon going to be deprecated. Also to clear the new certification (so called data engineer) i will need more time and experience to reach at that level and don't want to block my money with cloudera till that period.
Creating a new architect level certification would have made more sense.
07-19-2015 11:30 PM
Yes actually it will take a lot and lot of time and resource for the new Data Engineer Exam ... but after doing CCD-410 successfully one will be
motivated and try to get a more practical oriented approch for Hadoop ecoSystem and will be looking forward at nex level of entry in certification...
it should be a base for DE exam..
07-20-2015 01:52 PM
now it seems there is no point in doing a certification wihch is soon going to be deprecated.
I think there's another way to look at this, which is less about certification and more about your career and job prospects (which is ultimately the point of certification). So to turn your sentence: there's no point in spending your time learning a technology that is soon being deprecated as well. Which is why we're saying look to the future.
Cloudera's goal is to train and certify on those skills and tools the job market desires, and to create courses and exams that will help you be successful. Increasingly, the right tools and the right skills required for a given job is no longer Java MapReduce. The ecosystem tools have gotten much better, and if you're processing data programmatically, you'll likely be using Spark in the future.
By the end of the year, you won't see us teaching Java MapReduce programmatically very often. We'll teach many tools that rely on MapReduce but writing mappers and reducers is less and less the answer to a processing problem.
Just as CCDH aligned to our Developer training for Java MapReduce (a class being superseded by the below class), so CCP: Data Engineer aligns to our Developer training for Spark and Hadoop I (and Developer ...II: Advanced Techniques which will become available this fall).
For more info: Developer Training for Spark & Hadoop I
The Hadoop ecosystem is dynamic. In the past year or so we've seen the entire resource model EOL and change (to YARN and Mesos, etc.) and now we're mid-change from Java MR to Spark and other tools and frameworks. It's gonna keep changing -- there is no one certification that is good for all time; there is only ongoing professional growth.
And you can certainly credit your CCD exam to DE575 between now and Dec 31, 2015. If you choose to continue and get your CCDH, that's still valid and we'll always verify that you received it and that you proved, at a point in time, that you had the ability to understand Java MR, it's just that having that credential may not be all that helpful in the very near future.
07-20-2015 08:05 PM
Hi Cloudera Team,
I am planning to give Hadoop CCD-410 certification, i see that current CCD-410 is going to replaced by CCP-Data Engineer,so will CCD-410 be scrapped completely or it will remail as associate certification for entry level proffessionals.
07-24-2015 12:37 AM
07-27-2015 12:35 PM
11-20-2015 04:24 AM
As you mentioned below,
"Candidates who have purchased a CCD-410 exam may transfer their registration to CCP: Data Engineer Exam (DE575) with no additional cost."
I want to transfer my CCD-410 registration to CCP-DE (DE575). Can you please let me know how to do that?.
02-02-2017 10:32 PM
WR to our quote; "It's an interesting feature of the tech industry, this desire to be certified before being able to do anything meaningful".
This is the feature companies like yours are cashing on. If an uncertified engineer is hired straight away as a data engineer, there would be no urgency for a certification in the market :P
I think it's rather strange for top employers to seek certified employees giving them a position to do something meaningful later (ironically after being certified). You may rather complain about this to the prospective employers than the prospective employees