This chapter explains how to start using Hazelcast Jet. It also describes the executable files in the downloaded distribution package.
Hazelcast Jet requires a minimum JDK version of 8.
Using Maven and Gradle
The easiest way to start using Hazelcast Jet is to add it as a dependency to your project.
You can find Hazelcast Jet in Maven repositories. Add the following
lines to your
<dependencies> <dependency> <groupId>com.hazelcast.jet</groupId> <artifactId>hazelcast-jet</artifactId> <version>0.3</version> </dependency> </dependencies>
If you prefer to use Gradle, execute the following command:
Alternatively, you can download the latest distribution package for
and add the
hazelcast-jet-<version>.jar file to your classpath.
The distribution package contains the following scripts to help you get started with Hazelcast Jet:
bin/start.batstart a new Jet member in the current directory.
bin/stop.batstop the member started in the current directory.
bin/cluster.shprovides basic functionality for Hazelcast cluster manager, such as changing the cluster state, shutting down the cluster or forcing the cluster to clean its persisted data.
scripts lets you start one Jet member per folder. To start a new
instance, please unzip the package in a new folder.