The raspberry Pi is a credit-card sized $25 ARM based linux box designed to teach children the basics of programming. The machine comes with a 700MHz ARM and 512Mb of memory and boots off a SD card, not much power for running the likes of a Cassandra cluster. This presentation will discuss the problems of getting Cassandra up and running on the Pi and will answer the all important question: Why on Earth would you want to do this!?
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