This topic highlights key portions of the configuration files provided by Kubernetes Operator for Apache Cassandra. In the quick start examples of Get started with Kubernetes Operator for Apache Cassandra, the kubectl commands applied the sample YAML manifest, storage, and datacenter configurations. Read the following topic for a review of the settings and more options. If you are satisfied with the pre-configured settings, you do not need to reapply the YAML manifest described here to your Kubernetes (K8s) cluster. The Kubernetes Operator for Apache Cassandra and Cassandra workload are up and running.

If you have not already, create a Kubernetes cluster. For a walkthrough of the steps – especially if you are new to Kubernetes – see the Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) cloud example in Create a Kubernetes cluster.

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