To access data stored in a Cassandra cluster from MariaDB, we create a special table that defines where the Cassandra cluster we want to connect with is located, and how the data stored there should be treated in MariaDB.
We should complete the Installing the Cassandra storage engine recipe before starting this recipe.
Also, before we can complete this recipe, we need to have a running installation of Cassandra that we can connect to from our MariaDB server. The following are the instructions for installing a single-node Cassandra instance on the same host as we are running MariaDB on.
It is also worth noting that the Cassandra storage engine works better with Cassandra version 1.x than with ...