Apache Cassandra Certification Training

[vc_row full_width=”stretch_row” css=”.vc_custom_1559286923229{background-color: #f6f6f7 !important;}”][vc_column][vc_column_text]Apache Cassandra Certification Training is designed by professionals as per the industry requirements and demands. This Cassandra Certification Training helps you to master the concepts of Apache Cassandra including Cassandra Architecture, its features, Cassandra Data Model, and its Administration. Throughout the Cassandra course, you will learn to install, configure, and monitor Cassandra, along with its integration with other Apache frameworks like Hadoop, Spark, and Kafka.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_tta_accordion color=”peacoc” active_section=”1″][vc_tta_section title=”Introduction to Big Data, and Cassandra” tab_id=”1559286383409-ab730398-6c03″][vc_column_text]

Goal: In this module you will get a brief introduction of Big Data and how it creates problems for traditional Database Management Systems like RDBMS. You will also learn how Cassandra solves these problems and understand Cassandra’s features.
  • Basic concepts of Cassandra
At the end of this module, you will be able to
  • Explain what is Big Data
  • List the Limitations of RDBMS
  • Define NoSQL and it’s Characteristics
  • Define CAP Theorem
  • Learn Cassandra
  • List the Features of Cassandra
  • Get a Tour of Edureka’s VM

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Goal: In this module, you will learn about Database Model and similarities between RDBMS and Cassandra Data Model. You will also understand the key Database Elements of Cassandra and learn about the concept of Primary Key.
  • Data Modelling in Cassandra
  • Data Structure Design
At the end of this module, you will be able to
  • Explain what is Database Modelling and it’s Features
  • Describe the Different Types of Data Models
  • List the Difference between RDBMS and Cassandra Data Model
  • Define Cassandra Data Model
  • Explain Cassandra Database Elements
  • Implement Keyspace Creation, Updating and Deletion
  • Implement Table Creation, Updating and Deletion

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Goal: Gain knowledge of architecting and creating Cassandra Database Systems. In addition, learn about the complex inner workings of Cassandra such as Gossip Protocol, Read Repairs and so on.
• Cassandra Architecture
Objectives: At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• Explain the Architecture of Cassandra
• Describe the Different Layers of Cassandra Architecture
• Learn about Gossip Protocol
• Describe Partitioning and Snitches
• Explain Vnodes and How Read and Write Path works
• Understand Compaction, Anti-Entropy and Tombstone
• Describe Repairs in Cassandra
• Explain Hinted Handoff
• Cassandra as a Distributed Database
• Key Cassandra Elements

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Goal: In this module you will learn about Keyspace and its attributes in Cassandra. You will also create Keyspace, learn how to create a Table and perform operations like Inserting, Updating and Deleting data from a table while using CQLSH.
• Database Operations
• Table Operations
Objectives: At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• Describe Different Data Types Used in Cassandra
• Explain Collection Types
• Describe What are CRUD Operations
• Implement Insert, Select, Update and Delete of various elements
• Implement Various Functions Used in Cassandra
• Describe Importance of Roles and Indexing
• Understand tombstones in Cassandra
• Replication Factor
• Replication Strategy
• Defining columns and data types
• Defining a partition key
• Recognizing a partition key
• Specifying a descending clustering order
• Updating data
• Tombstones
• Deleting data
• Using TTL
• Updating a TTL

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Goal: Learn how to add nodes in Cassandra and configure Nodes using “cassandra.yaml” file. Use Nodetool to remove node and restore node back into the service. In addition, by using Nodetool repair command learn the importance of repair and how repair operation functions.
• Node Operations
Objectives: At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• Explain Cassandra Nodes
• Understand Seed Nodes
• Configure Seed Nodes using cassandra.yaml file
• Add/bootstrap a node in a Cluster
• Use Nodetool utility to decommission a node from the cluster
• Remove a Dead Node from a Cluster
• Describe the need to repair Nodes
• Use Nodetool repair command
• Cassandra nodes
• Specifying seed nodes
• Bootstrapping a node
• Adding a node (Commissioning) in Cluster
• Removing (Decommissioning) a node
• Removing a dead node

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Goal: The key aspects to monitoring Cassandra are resources used by each node, response latencies to requests, requests to offline nodes, and the compaction process. Learn to use various monitoring tools in Cassandra such as Nodetool and JConsole in this module.
• Clustering
Objectives: At the end of this module, you will be able to:
• Describe the various monitoring tools available
• Implement nodetool utility to manage a cluster
• Use JConsole to monitor JMX statistics
• Understand OpsCenter tool
• Cassandra monitoring tools
• Logging
• Tailing
• Using Nodetool Utility
• Using JConsole
• Learning about OpsCenter
• Runtime Analysis Tools

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Goal: In this Module you will learn about the importance of Backup and Restore functions in Cassandra and Create Snapshots in Cassandra. You will learn about Hardware selection and Performance Tuning (Configuring Log Files) in Cassandra. You will also learn about Cassandra integration with various other frameworks.
• Performance tuning
• Cassandra Design Principals
• Backup and Restoration
Objectives: At the end of this module, you’ll be able to:
• Learn backup and restore functionality and its importance
• Create a snapshot using Nodetool utility
• Restore a snapshot
• Understand how to choose the right balance of the following resources: memory, CPU, disks, number of nodes, and network.
• Understand all the logs created by Cassandra
• Explain the purpose of different log files
• Configure the log files
• Learn about Performance Tuning
• Integration with Spark and Kafka

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Goal: In this Module you will learn about Design, Implementation, and on-going support of Cassandra Operational Data. Finally, you will learn how to Host a Cassandra Database on Cloud.
• Security
• Design Implementation
• On-going support of Cassandra Operational Data
Objectives: At the end of this module, you’ll be able to:
• Security
• Learn about DataStax
• Create an End-to-End Project using Cassandra
• Implement a Cassandra Database on Cloud
• Security
• Ongoing Support of Cassandra Operational Data
• Hosting a Cassandra Database on Cloud


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