Scoop.it uses Cassandra for monitoring and archiving live analytic time series data
Scoop.it is also using Cassandra for asynchronous analytics: after heavy computation in a Hadoop stack, job results are stored into Cassandra, which seamlessly handles short but high write throughput
Lastly, Scoop.it for their suggestion engine, leveraging Cassandra’s bloom filters to keep track of the content that has been suggested and that which has not
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