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Cassandra NYC 2011 Data Modeling

by Sr. Technical Architect  at DataStax on Dec 16, 2011

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  • Philmod Philippe Modard Hi Matthew,

    I'm looking for the best way to model my new problem:
    I have many systems which send to the DB a set of metrics (ex: system1 sends every 10 secondes, temp1 - temp2 - acc1 - vel1 - ...)

    When I see your 9th slide, I wonder if it's the best way to store the values, as the systems don't have the same metrics, and maybe the metrics can changes over the time (ex: tomorrow, the system1 won't have the temp2, but have acc2 and acc3).

    What would be the best way to do?

    Thanks,
    Philippe (twitter.com/philmod)
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