DataStax Hands-On Technical Workshop

Hybrid cloud adoption creates data silos, resulting in increased data management challenges and inefficiencies. An Active Everywhere database provides a consistent data fabric between on-premises data centers and public clouds, enabling enterprises to effortlessly accelerate their hybrid cloud deployments.

Join DataStax for our Hands-On Technical Workshop, Apache Cassandra™ for the Enterprise. This will be a half-day session packed with hands-on activities and tons of technical information on DataStax Enterprise (DSE) including version 6, OpsCenter, DSE Search, DSE Analytics, DSE Security, DSE Graph and more.

You are NOT signing up for a day of powerpoint! This is a Hands-On session, so you will learn by doing - not just watching. Each attendee will have a dedicated cluster of small nodes with all tools, data, and notebooks deployed. This will allow each participant to fully experience a distributed database.

Seats are very limited for this event, and are available on a first-come first-served basis. We will also provide a complimentary lunch to all attendees.

After the workshop, we will hit the racetrack together!


Event Details:
Date: Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Time: Workshop 10am - 3pm, Racing 3pm - 5pm
Location: Octane Raceway | 9119 E Talking Stick Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85250


Hybrid Cloud
- The challenges of managing data in a hybrid our multi-cloud world

Introduction to DataStax Enterprise
- What is it and what is it used for?
DSE Core
- Cluster components
- Schema design basics
DSE Search
- What is Search and when would you use it?
- Intro to Search architecture and indexing
- Hands-On Exercise
DSE Analytics
- What is Analytics and when would you use it?
- Intro to Analytics batch, Streaming and SparkSQL
- Hands-On Exercise
DSE Graph
- What is Graph and when would you use it?
- Intro to Gremlin query language
- Hands-On Exercise
DSE OpsCenter and DSE Advanced Security
- Intro to OpsCenter
- Security Overview
- Hands-On Exercise

DSE Use Cases by Industry

Disclaimer: You participate in this event at your own risk. DataStax is not responsible for any bodily injury, death or property damage that may occur as a result of your participation in this event.

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