List/Grid Tag Archives: Apache Cassandra

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Reactive Cassandra

Or an adventure on reading data reactively from Cassandra. Overview Let’s first try to define what reactive means from programming point of view. Functional reactive programming ...
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Crawling the Web with Cassandra and Nutch

So, you want to harvest a massive amount of data from the internet?  What better storage mechanism than Cassandra?  This is easy to do with Nutch. Often people use Hbase behind Nutch. ...
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Practical NoSQL experiences with Apache Cassandra

Most of the backend systems I’ve worked with over the years have employed relational database storage in some role. Despite many application developers complaining about RDBMS performance, ...
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What is Big Data – Theory to Implementation

What is Big Data? You may ask; and more importantly why it is the latest trend in nearly every business domain? Is it just a hype or its here to stay? As a matter of fact “Big Data” ...
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Running Cassandra in a Multi-node Cluster

This post gathers the steps I followed in setting up an Apache Cassandra cluster in multi-node. I have referred Cassandra wiki and Datastax documentation in setting up my cluster. The ...
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A SMALL cross-section of BIG Data

Big data is a term applied to data sets whose size is beyond the ability of commonly used software tools to capture, manage, and process the data within a tolerable elapsed time. Big ...
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Cassandra vs MongoDB vs CouchDB vs Redis vs Riak vs HBase comparison

Kristóf Kovács performed a very interesting brief comparison among six of the most popular “NoSQL” database implementations. Additionally to Kristóf’s work, ...
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