We already made a few blogs on Cassandra and Kairos DB. Unfortunately, the recipes used to build the cluster via docker-compose are no longer working with new versions of docker. You will find below a working docker-compose using version 3 of the docker-compose system that builds a three nodes Cassandra cluster.
We will once again use docker to deploy a fully functional stack of InfluxDB and Grafana. I was a little bit disappointed by the lack of free options to scale the InfluxDB horizontally but however, it is still a nice product when it is deployed in a single server.
Docker is the best tool to quickly check new technologies without the hassles of installations.
In the part 1, we saw how to display the number of docs and their sizes per node. In the real life, it helps but we need more than that.