DataStax Academy FAQ

DataStax Academy migrated to a new learning management system (LMS) in July 2020. We are also moving to a new Cassandra Certification process so there are changes to exam bookings, voucher system and issuing of certificates.

Check out the Academy FAQ pages for answers to your questions:


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DataStax Kubernetes Operator for Apache Cassandra & DataStax Enterprise released!

As a part of our ongoing commitment to open source and the Apache Cassandra™ community, DataStax is opening a version of a Kubernetes Operator for Cassandra. The code is freely available under an Apache License for anyone to use or modify. DataStax isn’t the first organization to create an open-source project for a Cassandra Kubernetes operator and that is to the point of what we are trying to accomplish by releasing this code.

For details on where to get the code, management API, documentation and more, see Patrick McFadin's blog post Leading with Code for a Better Apache Cassandra and Kubernetes.

If you have any questions, post them here on DataStax Community. Cheers!

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