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22 October, 2010

What is persistence and why does it matter?

Authors: Matt Pfeil
Architecture

Understanding the meaning of persistence is important for evaluating different data store systems. Given the importance of the data store in most modern applications, making a…

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12 October, 2010

What is Cassandra?

Authors: Matt Pfeil

Apache Cassandra is a high performance, scalable open source database designed for real time transactions and analytics. Cassandra offers sub millisecond read and write times - it's…

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developers
14 September, 2010

Cassandra Flume Sink and Logsandra Integration

Authors: Tyler Hobbs

Flume is an open source project described as a “distributed, reliable, and available service for efficiently collecting, aggregating, and moving large amounts of log data”. Because…

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9 August, 2010

(Re)Introducing Hector: A Java-based Client for Apache Cassandra

Authors: DataStax

Deprecation warning Hector is a client for the obsolete Thrift API. New applications should use the DataStax Java Driver. Hector Hector, the first actively supported Java client…

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27 July, 2010

Announcing RPMs for Cassandra

Authors: Jonathan Ellis

Apache Cassandra has long had support for debian packaging in its tree, but users of RPM-based distributions such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Fedora have had to roll their own…

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