Simple demonstration of using Astra Streaming with the Astra DB
If you take a look at the Java code in the folder for this demo in GitHub, you will see several files. The main entry point is the App.java file. It’s a pretty simple file that just instantiates a Flight object and causes the Flights run() method to be invoked every second. The interesting work is in the Flight class.
Apache Pulsar - distributed pub-sub messaging system
Astra Streaming enables developers to build streaming applications on top of an elastically scalable, multi-cloud messaging and event streaming platform powered by Apache Pulsar. DataStax Astra Streaming is currently in beta, and we’ll be releasing a full demo soon. In the meantime, this article will walk you through a short demo that will provide a great starting point for familiarizing yourself with this powerful new streaming service.
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Visual Studio Code
If you load the project up in an editor like VS Code you can run the App class to see the application in action. When you do, you will see output like the following:
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