Scoop.it

By Andrew Llavore -  January 24, 2013 | 0 Comments

  • 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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