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We invite you to join us for a hands-on technical workshop where you’ll learn how the Apache Cassandra™ distributed database provides a consistent, low-latency data fabric between on-premises data centers and public clouds with zero downtime. We’ll also introduce you to the latest in our developer toolset to get you quickly up and running!

This is your opportunity to get hands-on with DataStax Enterprise (DSE), the always-on, active everywhere, distributed hybrid cloud database built on Cassandra, including version 6, DSE OpsCenter, DSE Search, DSE Analytics, DSE Security, and DSE Graph. You’ll learn how to manage your data in a hybrid or multi-cloud environment and become quickly productive with this game-changing technology.

Partner up with DataStax Cassandra experts for a day of practical learning. Following the introduction, each attendee will have a dedicated cluster with all the tools, data, and notebooks deployed so you can immediately apply what you’ve learned.


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Hybrid Cloud
  • The challenges of managing data in a hybrid or multi-cloud world
  • Quick start to developer productivity on Cassandra
Introduction to DataStax Enterprise
DSE Core
  • Cluster components
  • Schema design basics
DSE Search
  • Intro to DSE Search architecture and indexing
  • Hands-on exercise
DSE Analytics
  • Intro to DSE Analytics batch, streaming, and Spark SQL
  • Hands-on exercise
DSE Graph
  • Intro to Gremlin query language
  • Hands-on exercise
DSE OpsCenter and DSE Advanced Security
  • Intro to DSE OpsCenter - Security overview
  • Hands-on exercise


“We could see other banks and startups entering the market, and there are international companies that can also choose to enter the market. They were not committed to any particular technology, and they could choose new architectures that are faster to develop in. Our decision to go with DataStax and the new application stack meant we could deliver faster to market while we continued the cloud migration. If we hadn’t made that switch when we did, it would have been a much tougher situation for us.”

Rune Birkemose Jakobsen
Senior Development Manager