Hazelcast Cloud

The Hazelcast Cloud Developer Hub

Welcome to the Hazelcast Cloud developer hub. You'll find comprehensive guides and documentation to help you start working with Hazelcast Cloud as quickly as possible, as well as support if you get stuck. Let's jump right in!

Get Started    

Getting Started

This page will help you get started with Hazelcast Cloud. You'll be up and running in a jiffy!

Here are the steps to set up your first cluster in Hazelcast Cloud:

1- Registration

Create your account on here. A confirmation will be sent to you. When you confirm the email, your account becomes ready for use.

2- Log In

After setting your password via the link provided by email, you can log in with your email and password here

3- Create the Cluster

After successfully logging in, you can create your first cluster by clicking the + New Cluster button in the top left corner. On the New Cluster page, provide a name for your cluster. You can leave the other options as they are. Click + Create Cluster to create and start your new cluster.

Once your cluster is running and ready, you will see the Cluster Memory and Client Count charts as well as lifecycle information about the cluster.

4- Set Up and Run the Hazelcast Client

Now, we have a running cluster, but it is empty. So, let's fill it with data. To do so, we need to run a Hazelcast client application.

In the cloud console, open the cluster that you want to connect to. Click on the Configure Hazelcast Client button. Step 1 provides you a pre-configured sample client project. Download that. Step 2 provides a command. Copy that command and run it in your command line. In the logs you should see: Connection Successful! and then the application will start to insert random entries. After 5-10 seconds you will see map stats in your cluster dashboard as below:

For more detailed information about clients see the chapters:
Java Client
Node.js Client
Python Client
Go Client
.NET Client

Getting Started


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