Creating a Cassandra cluster from source code on three nodes in Centos 8

Apache Cassandra is an open source distributed NoSQL database trusted by thousands of companies for its scalability and high availability without sacrificing performance. Linear scalability and proven resiliency of off-the-shelf hardware or cloud infrastructure make it an ideal platform for storing mission-critical data.

In this video I will show you how to deploy a Cassandra cluster of three nodes on Centos 8

0:00 Start
0:12 Installing Java on all three nodes
0:50 Create a local account under the name cassandra
1:39 Creating directories for the database
2:25 Download the Cassandra DBMS from the official website
4:15 Setting up database configuration files
10:25 Copy the cassandra.yaml configuration file to all nodes
13:20 Create directories for data on all nodes
14:14 We launch all nodes one by one
17:55 We change the replication topology so that each node contains 100% of the data
19:36 Synchronizing the entire cluster
20:25 Changing the default cassandra database user password
20:53 Checking database connections for each node
21:21 The end

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