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About This Workshop:

Are you responsible for building scalable apps for your company, or maybe for your customers? Then you must have heard of or even used Apache Cassandra—a scalable, distributed, and a highly-available open source NoSQL database system.

Apache Cassandra is used by successful tech companies such as Spotify and Netflix, and also by small startups that want to scale up effortlessly as their businesses grow. Being highly available, Apache Cassandra is used across many industries ranging from technology, fintech, financial services, IoT, etc.

As part of DataEngConfAu – Bytes, Instaclustr organized a free 3-hour workshop on Apache Cassandra. The workshop offers both theoretical and practical modules. By participating in the workshop you will be able to:

  • Learn the key features of Apache Cassandra
  • Understand the underlying core concepts
  • Experience the database with hands-on exercises
  • Evaluate Cassandra as a solution for your technical challenges

Agenda:

Welcome and Workshop Overview
Introduction to Cassandra
Cassandra Architecture
Tasks to Manage a Cassandra Cluster
Break
Cassandra Data Modeling Concepts
Cassandra Hands-On/Wrap-Up Session


Presenter:
Anup Shirolkar
Senior Consultant, Instaclustr

Anup is a Sr. Consultant with Instaclustr with over a decade of IT industry experience. The major part of his experience includes development, maintenance, and production support of data-driven applications. He has worked with a number of top consulting firms in the business and has experience dealing with many customers from distinct domains.






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