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Get started with running DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra™ (DDAC), DataStax Enterprise (DSE), DSE OpsCenter, and DataStax Studio on Docker. Use DataStax Docker images to create containers for production and non-production environments. Download and install Docker from the Docker website. Docker run -rm -it -network cassandra nuvo/docker-cqlsh cqlsh cassandra 9042 -cqlversion='3.4.4' This should get you a prompt like so: Connected to Test Cluster at cassandra:9042. Start a cassandra server instance. Starting a Cassandra instance is simple: $ docker run -name some-cassandra -network some-network -d cassandra:tag. Where some-cassandra is the name you want to assign to your container and tag is the tag specifying the Cassandra version you want. See the list above for relevant tags. STEP 1: Install Packages Necessary for Apache Cassandra. Before you get on to installing Cassandra on Ubuntu, make sure you install Java OpenJDK 8 and the api-transport-https package. If you already have these packages installed, you can skip to STEP 2 of the guide.

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Get started with running DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra™ (DDAC), DataStax Enterprise (DSE), DSE OpsCenter, and DataStax Studio on Docker.

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Use DataStax Docker images to create containers for production and non-production environments.

Prerequisites

Install Cassandra Docker

  1. Download and install Docker from the Docker website.
  2. Download the DataStax Docker images from Docker Hub.

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