Working with Apache Cassandra: Using Collection & User-defined Fields
Apache Cassandra | Intermediate
- 11 videos | 1h 5m 17s
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Apache Cassandra does not support joins, which means that data is inherently denormalized. That gives rise to the need for collection fields such as sets, maps, and lists, as well as for user-defined types that allow the table creator to encapsulate related fields. Begin this course by working with set, map, and list types. Then, focus on user-defined types and counter fields. Finally, you'll learn how to work with CSV and JSON data - including reading data from and writing data to a CSV file and displaying query results in JSON format. Upon completion, you'll be able to enumerate and contrast collection fields in Cassandra; define and use set, map, and list types; leverage user-defined types and counters; and work with JSON and CSV data and the COPY command.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
Discover the key concepts covered in this courseCreate date and set fields in cassandraQuery and modify set fields in cassandraCreate and use lists in cassandraStore key-value pairs in mapsStore nested collections within frozen collections
Create and use user-defined typesCreate tables with counter fieldsRead and write csv dataView and insert data in json formatSummarize the key concepts covered in this course
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