Setting up a Cassandra cluster with the DataStax AMI

By Joaquin Casares -  April 7, 2011 | 1 Comment

This post has been moved into the DataStax Documentation pages. A newer and up to date version of these instructions can be found here.

Update (4-20-2012):

The new DataStax Community AMI can be found here.

The new DataStax Enterprise AMI can be found here.









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  1. Sal says:

    I created a small github repo that will help automate this if anyone is interested:

    https://github.com/fuentesjr/cassies-party

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