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Indexing in Cassandra

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Presentation on Cassandra indexing techniques at Cassandra Summit SF 2011.

Presentation on Cassandra indexing techniques at Cassandra Summit SF 2011.

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  • emgsilva emgsilva Great presentation... The best I have seen so far. Helped a lot to understand how to think about indexing on Cassandra! Thank you! 1 year ago
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  • aadhoc aadhoc Thanks for the useful presentation I worked through it and learned a lot.

    I would like some pointers for further reading on the contention scenarios addressed by the 'Index Entries CF'. I was trying this, keeping copy of indexed values (and multi-values in a model record), maintaining order within the batch, but I was quickly moving toward a copy of every model field into Index Entries to avoid needing to pre-read the Indexes or the model table before updates. It became quite a nuisance.
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  • zlumberjay Zlumber Jay at Programmer Analyst Thanks very much for a presentation, this is useful 1 year ago
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  • AnaIsabel7 Ana Isabel at Tecnalia Research & Innovation Thank you very much for a so great presentation, it have been really useful for me 1 year ago
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  • carlopires Carlo Pires, CEO at Aldeia Global Great presentation! 2 years ago
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  • edanuff Ed Anuff Video of presentation is viewable at:

    http://blip.tv/datastax/indexing-in-cassandra-5495633
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  • edanuff Ed Anuff Please see the sample implementation at https://github.com/edanuff/CassandraIndexedCollections The timestamps are actually time-based UUIDs and unless faulty UUID’s are generated, the index will always be eventually consistent. 2 years ago
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  • borisyen Boris Yen, Software Engineer at Ruckus Wireless Given the case that two people try to update the 'location' of a specific user at exact the same time and based on slide 45, it looks to me, there is still a chance that the 'location' might be incorrect in the 'users' column family. 2 years ago
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