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Patricia Gorla (Cassandra MVP) is coming!

Whether running load tests or migrating historic data, loading data directly into Cassandra can be very useful to bypass the system’s write path.

In this talk, we will look at how data is stored on disk in sstables, how to generate these structures directly, and how to load this data rapidly into your cluster using sstableloader. We'll also review different use cases for when you should and shouldn't use this method.

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  • Adam S.

    Very informative especially from Patricia who is so very Cassandra savvy.

    March 12, 2014

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