Ad-hoc Learning

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DSE Version: 6.7
December 20, 2018

You have spun up a database and familiarized yourself with the Che IDE. Now you want to connect to your database and get going. In this unit, we'll show you how to use your Apache Cassandratm credentials to access your database using cqlsh.

DSE Version: 6.7
December 20, 2018

We'll be using Che, a browser-based version of the popular Eclipse IDE, for learning about application development with Apache Cassandratm. This unit is a brief tour of Che.

DSE Version: 6.7
December 11, 2018

It's time to start creating tables on your database and using them. In this unit we'll use CQL in cqlsh to create and access tables. We will insert rows and then query the rows we inserted. Real CQL on a real Cassandra database - it doesn't get much better than this!

DSE Version: 6.7
December 5, 2018

View this video to learn more about creating mapping statements for the DataStax Apache KafkaTM Connector.

DSE Version: 6.7
December 5, 2018

Watch this video to learn the basics of Apache KafkaTM Architecture and how it relates to the DataStax Apache Kafka Connector.

DSE Version: 6.7
December 5, 2018

This is an introduction to the DataStax Apache KafkaTM video series.

DSE Version: 6.7
December 3, 2018

Learn how to run and troubleshoot the DataStax Apache Kafka™ Connector

DSE Version: 6.7
December 3, 2018

Learn about running and troubleshooting the  DataStax Apache Kafka™ Connector

DSE Version: 6.7
December 3, 2018

Learn about the core concepts of Apache Kafka™

DSE Version: 6.7
November 20, 2018

Building an Apache Cassandra™ based application? Step one - spin up a database. That used to be an uber ops-headache, but DataStax Apache Cassandratm as a Service (CaaS) makes it quick and painless. This unit shows you how.

CaaS lets you easily and quickly spin up an Apache Cassandra™ database without all the headaches and complexity of building your own database from scratch. This learning unit walks you through the steps to create a database quickly, so you can get on to developing your app.

Use the exercise as a tutorial - it walks you through how to create a database using CaaS. To see how easy it is, click on the Exercises tab.