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Cassandra - Understanding Cassandra Administration - Cassandra Architecture - Cassandra File System - Introduction to Cassandra Data Model - Introduction to CAP Theorem - Introduction to Apache Thrift - Introduction to Cassandra Column Family - Introduction to DDL - Introduction to Snitches - Capacity Planning in Apache Cassandra - Gossip Protocol - OLTP vs OLAP - CRUD Operations in Cassandra - Introduction to Hadoop Mapper - Understanding Java Console - Introduction to CQL - Cassandra Use Cases - Real Time Application - Integrating Cassandra with Hadoop - ER Diagram Tutorial - ER Diagram in Cassandra - Hotel Database Management using Cassandra - MongoDB vs Cassandra - Automate Hadoop Cluster Deployment - Plan your Cluster
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JAVA Console is a graphical monitoring tool to monitor Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and Java applications both on a local or remote machine.
JAVA Console uses underlying features of Java Virtual Machine to provide information on performance and resource consumption of applications running on theJava
platform using Java Management Extensions (JMX) technology. JConsole comes as part of Java Development Kit (JDK) and the graphical console can be started using
This demonstrate a program on Java Monitoring and management console in Cassandra.
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