Processing Data: Using Kafka with Cassandra & Confluent

Apache Kafka 3.2    |    Intermediate
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Apache Cassandra is a trusted open-source NoSQL distributed database that easily integrates with Apache Kafka as part of an ETL pipeline. This course focuses on that integration of Kafka, Spark and Cassandra and explores a managed version of Kafka with the Confluent data streaming platform. Begin by integrating Kafka with Apache Cassandra as part of an ETL pipeline involving a Spark application. Discover Apache Cassandra and learn the steps involved in linking Spark with this wide-column database. Next, examine the various features of the Confluent platform and find out how easy it is to set up and work with a Kafka environment. After completing this course, you will be prepared to implement and manage steam processing systems in your organization.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • discover the key concepts covered in this course
    download and set up Apache Cassandra
    create a Spark app that links up with Cassandra and Kafka
    describe how to use Confluent to manage Kafka
  • download and install the Confluent platform
    use the Confluent user interface and CLI to set up and work with a Kafka topic
    summarize the key concepts covered in this course

IN THIS COURSE

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    1. 
    Course Overview
    52s
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    2. 
    Installing and Setting up Apache Cassandra
    8m 54s
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    Integrating Spark with Kafka and Cassandra
    8m 45s
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    Confluent and Kafka
    6m 8s
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    Setting up the Confluent Platform
    6m 50s
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    Working with Kafka Using Confluent
    8m 17s
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    7. 
    Course Summary
    2m 2s

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