Tutorials

These tutorials cover a wide range of topics about getting started with and using Splice Machine. Every tutorial offers either step-by-step instructions or a video demonstration

Using the splice> CLI

The splice> command line interpreter is an easy way to interact with your Splice Machine database. These tutorials introduce splice> and some of the more common commands you’ll use

Data Ingestion & Streaming

Splice Machine supports data from several sources. These tutorials demonstrate how to import your own data into Splice Machine, as well as how to stream data with Kafka, Apache Storm and MQTT Spark

Analytical Workloads & Machine Learning Solutions

These tutorials cover how to connect with analytic programs, such as Apache Zeppelin, and how to enable Machine Learning capabilities with Splice Machine

Connecting Programmatically

These tutorials show you how to connect Splice Machine to programs like Java, JRuby and Jython, and show you how to connect to our ODBC driver to allow Splice Machine to connect any other database or business tools that needs access to your database

Connecting BI Tools

With Splice Machine, you can connect to a variety of your favorite business tools. These tutorials show you how to connect to business tools like DBeaver, Congos and Tableau, and show you how to connect to our ODBC driver to allow Splice Machine to connect any other business tools that needs access to your database

Using the Splice Cloud Dashboard

For those getting started with our Splice Cloud Dashboard, these tutorials demonstrate how to set up production clusters, or a free trial cluster, and begin using Splice Machine.

On-Premise Database Installation

For those getting started with our Community Standalone edition, these tutorials demonstrate how to instal the standalone version of Splice Machine and how to import and query data on the Standalone edition.