Apache Cassandra solves many interesting problems to provide a scalable, distributed, fault tolerant database. Cluster wide operations track node membership, direct requests and implement consistency guarantees. At the node level, the Log Structured storage engine provides high performance reads and writes. All of this is implemented in a Java code base that has greatly matured over the past few years.
In this webinar Aaron Morton will step through read and write requests, automatic processes and manual maintenance tasks. He will also discuss the general approach to solving the problem and drill down to the code responsible for implementation.
Speaker: Aaron Morton, Apache Cassandra Committer
Aaron Morton is a Freelance Developer based in New Zealand, and a Committer on the Apache Cassandra project. In 2010 he gave up the RDBMS world for the scale and reliability of Cassandra. He now spends his time advancing the Cassandra project and helping others get the best out of it.
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