Using the SQLstream Cover Page

All Guavus SQLstream installations other than Linux feature a Guavus SQLstream Cover Page.

This page lets you do the following:

Starting and Stopping Guavus SQLstream Components

SQLstream s-Server is started by default. In order to run StreamLab, you need to start WebAgent and StreamLab. Two of the StreamApps require Apache Kafka. In order to run these, you will need to start Apache Kafka.


Registering Guavus SQLstream

You can run Guavus SQLstream in a throttled version (1GB/data processed a day) without registering. Once you register, you can run a version at full capacity for 60 days. To register, you need to enter an email address and company name.

Running the Mochi Demonstration Application

The Mochi demonstration application simulates clusters of failed logins at a bank, either by phone or web, as well as withdrawals or debits using the same customer id number. You can start and view the Mochi demonstration from the cover page. See Running the Mochi Demo for more details.

Starting StreamApp Data

StreamLab features a number of built-in demonstration applications. You can start data for these from this cover page.


Downloading s-Studio and Client Tools

You can download and install SQLstream s-Studio and client tools.

You can configure s-Studio to connect with your Guavus SQLstream instance by taking the following steps:

1.Copy the JDBC address from the cover page.

2.Launch s-Studio.

3.Right-click First SQLstream Server.


4.Paste the JDBC address into the URL field and click OK.


5.Right-click First SQLstream Server again and select Connect.

6.Studio should connect to s-Server and display a list of schemas, data sources, plugins, and so on.

Accessing s-Server Via the Command Line

You can access s-Server via JDBC and SSH. The cover page lists both the JDBC URL for this instance of s-Server and information on accessing the s-Server instance via SSH and PuTTY.