Getting started with Cassandra from scratch
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Getting started with Cassandra from scratch

Learn NoSQL Database Cassandra with Hands-On
2.9 (17 ratings)
Course Ratings are calculated from individual students’ ratings and a variety of other signals, like age of rating and reliability, to ensure that they reflect course quality fairly and accurately.
204 students enrolled
Created by Techno Crats
Last updated 2/2019
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This course includes
  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 4 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Cassandra Data Model
  • Inserting data in Cassandra

  • Updating data in Cassandra

  • Deleting data in Cassandra
  • Adding node to cluster
  • Removing a node
  • Repairing a node
Course content
Expand all 53 lectures 03:10:24
+ Module 2. Getting Started with Cassandra
9 lectures 26:11
2.2 Relational vs NoSQL
02:41
2.3 Cassandra Use Cases
01:25
2.5 Cassandra Data Model
04:03
2.6 Cassandra vs HBase
03:15
2.7 Cassandra vs RDBMS
01:46
ensuring java
01:28
Download cassandra
01:48
extracting cassandra
05:16
+ Module 3. Architecture of Cassandra
7 lectures 20:10
3.1 Cassandra-A Distributed Database
01:51
3.2 System Keyspace
02:12
3.3 Peer-to-Peer Model
03:08
3.4 Gossip Protocol
03:20
3.5 Anti-entropy and Read Repair
02:51
3.6 Memtables SSTables and CommitLogs
02:27
3.7 Compaction, Bloom Filters and TombStones
04:21
+ Module 4 Cassandra Keyspace
3 lectures 15:46
4.1 Create KeySpace
09:23
4.2 Alter KeySpaces
04:17
4.3 Drop KeySpaces
02:06
+ Module 5. Cassandra Table Index
6 lectures 17:14
5.1 Create Table
05:36
5.2 Alter Table
03:55
5.3 Drop Table
01:02
5.4 Truncate Table
01:45
5.5 Create Index
02:40
5.6 Drop Index
02:16
+ Module 6. Cassandra Query Language (CQL)
5 lectures 18:24
6.1 CQL Create Data
04:18
6.2 CQL Read Data
03:41
6.3 CQL Update Data
04:05
6.4 CQL Delete Data
03:31
6.5 Getting started with Cassandra in Ubuntu
02:49
+ Module 7. Collections
1 lecture 12:34
7.1 Cassandra Collection
12:34
+ Module 8. Configuring Cassandra on Ubuntu
5 lectures 14:57
8.1 Replicas in Cassandra
01:41
8.2 Replica placement startegy
04:07
8.3 Replication factor
02:53
8.4 Partitioners
03:52
8.5 Snitches
02:24
+ Module 9 Cassandra Monitoring and Administration
4 lectures 19:50
9.1 Cassandra Monitoring Tools
01:04
9.2 Using Node Tool
08:07
9.3 Using JConsole
06:15
9.4 Learning about OpsCenter
04:24
+ Module 10: Adding Nodes to a Cluster
8 lectures 38:20
10.1 Understanding Cassandra Nodes
01:56
10.2 Having a Network Connection
04:47
10.3 Specifying the address of a node in Cassandra
05:51
10.4 Specifying Seed Nodes
04:11
10.5 Bootstrapping a Node
13:14
10.6 Cleaning up a Node
01:16
10.7 Using Cassandra-stress
02:49
10.8 Repairing the nodes
04:16
Requirements
  • familiarity with UNIX
  • little bit knowledge of nosql databases
  • knowledge of databases
Description

Technocrat's Cassandra course will help you master the concepts of Cassandra including its features, architecture & data model. You will learn to install, configure, and monitor Cassandra. This course is well suited for big data developers, software developers & analytics professionals. You'll also gain expertise in CQL, Gossip Protocol, Tarball Installation while working with real-life industry use-cases. There will be many challenging, practical and focused hands-on exercises for the learners during this course.

Who this course is for:
  • Database Administrator
  • Database Developer
  • Developer working with large-scale, high-volume websites
  • Application Architect
  • Data Architect
  • Students, Analyst, or Researcher who is designing a project related to Cassandra