Installing CSA Community Edition

You need to access the Downloads Page of Cloudera Streaming Analytics (CSA) to receive the Community Edition version of CSA. After receiving the docker file of CSA Community Edition, you need to create a composed version of the images and run CSA using Docker. The Streaming SQL Console is available using a local host address.

  • For Mac/Windows users, make sure that you have Docker Desktop on your computer.

    You can download Docker Desktop from the Docker product page.

  • Make sure that you have set the minimum memory and CPU for Docker. For more information, see the System Prerequisites section.

    You can set the minimum memory and CPU requirements at Preferences > Resources after starting Docker Desktop. In case you change the default settings, you can save the changes with Apply and Restart.

  1. Access the Downloads Page of CSA Community Editon to aquire the docker-compose.yml file.
  2. Create a folder and move the downloaded Community Edition docker-compose.yml file there.
  3. Run the following command in command line after accessing the folder where you store the docker-compose.yml file.
    docker-compose up
    It can take time to start the Community Edition for the first time or when there are changes to the docker images. When you do not receive any new message in the command line window for a while, it means that the Community Edition is ready to be used.
  4. Access the Streaming SQL Console after everything is up and running with the following local host address.
    http://localhost:8000
  5. Sign in to the Streaming SQL Console.
    You have the option to create a new account or use the default username and password.
    • Default username: admin
    • Default password: admin
    After providing the username and password, click Login.
    As another option, you can also register a new account:
    1. Click Create account.
    2. Provide your Name, Username and Password.
    3. Click Register.
    4. Log in using the previously set Username and Password.
You have installed the Community Edition of CSA on your local environment.
SQL Stream Builder is ready to be used. You can use the Community Edition Getting Started Guide to learn the basics steps to use SQL Stream Builder.