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1. Create a cluster
Create a cluster. The YEDIS API is initialized along with cluster creation so nothing additional needs to be done.
$ ./yb-docker-ctl create --rf 3
Clients can now connect to the YCQL API at
localhost:9042 and to the YEDIS API at
2. Install Yugastore
$ docker run -p 3001:3001 -d --network yb-net --name yugastore yugabytedb/yugastore
You can see the Yugastore app at http://localhost:3001.
3. Run a load tester
$ docker exec -it yugastore node /usr/local/yugastore/test/sample-user.js
4. Observe effects of load on YugaByte DB Admin UI
Now you can observe the effects of the read/write operations generated by the load tester by simply going to the YugaByte DB Admin UI at http://localhost:7000.
5. Review Yugastore architecture and code
6. Run IoT Fleet Management app
After running Yugastore, we recommend running the IoT Fleet Management app. This app is built on top of YugaByte DB as the database (using the YCQL API), Confluent Kafka as the message broker, KSQL or Apache Spark Streaming for real-time analytics and Spring Boot as the application framework.