A complete guide for Cassandra architecture, Query language ,Cluster management, Java & Spark integration,

What you will learn

☑ A complete understanding about Apache Cassandra basics and its Architecture.


This Apache Cassandra training course  teaches you working with Cassandra. This course is intended for complete beginners in Cassandra. In this course, we will

  • what is Cassandra
  • how to install Cassandra
  • understand Cassandra data model with some hands on exercise which will teach you how to create a keyspace, create a table,insert and read the data .
  • different data types in Cassandra with exercise.
  • After this you will learn about the partition key and clustering key and understand how data is distributed across the nodes in a cluster.T
  • I will covers the Cassandra Architecture in details in which we will cover replication, consistency, gossip protocol, write path, read path, Cassandra storage and compaction.
  • Understanding anti patterns and data modeling goals.
  • Understand Cassandra configuration files
  • Working with nodetools to manage cluster
  • Integrate with Cassandra java driver to write and run Cassandra from java program.
  • Integrate Spark with Cassandra to perform analytics .
  • Cassandra on AWS

Once you have completed this video based training course, you will have a solid understanding of Cassandra.




Apache Cassandra Overview

Apache Introduction

Cassandra Setup on Mac

Cassandra Setup on Windows

Cassandra Data model

Cassandra Keys

Cassandra Data Types

Cassandra Architecture


Write Consistency

Read Consistency

Gossip Protocol

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How write happens?

Cassandra Storage & SSTable

How Read happens?


Cassandra Configuration & Managing Cluster

Cassandra Configuration

Managing cluster using NodeTool

Cassandra with Java

Introducing java driver



Cassandra With Spark

Creating Spark RDD from Cassandra Table

Processing Cassandra Data in Spark

Cassandra Rows to Case Class

Saving Spark RDD to Cassandra