Season 1 Episode 4

Why Tomorrow's Cassandra Deployments Will Be on Kubernetes

Early users running Cassandra on Kubernetes explain the exciting opportunities this unlocks for our project’s future.

Season 1 · Episode 4

Why Tomorrow's Cassandra Deployments Will Be on Kubernetes

Published May 12, 2020  |  30:04 Runtime

Episode Speakers

Toby cole accelerate

Toby Cole

Database Reliability Engineering, Yelp

Alan Gibson Accelerate

Alan Gibson

Principal Software Engineer, Sky

Patrick McFadin Accelerate

Patrick McFadin

VP, Developer Relations, DataStax

Raghavendra Prabhu Accelerate

Raghavendra Prabhu

Sr. Software Engineer, Yelp

Michael Vizard Accelerate

Michael Vizard

IT Journalist and Author

Christopher Bradford Accelerate

Christopher Bradford

Product Manager, DataStax

Episode Description

The 2000s were about figuring out scale-out networking, the 2010s were about figuring out scale-out compute, and the 2020s will be about figuring out scale-out data. Let’s discuss the challenges of cloud-native data and Cassandra’s potential as the data control plane for Kubernetes.

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