The Apache Cassandra™ Project develops a highly scalable second-generation distributed database, bringing together Dynamo's fully distributed design and Bigtable's ColumnFamily-based data model. This Apache Cassandra™ User Group is a highly awesome meetup group, bringing together cool people to talk about our favorite NoSQL implementation, Apache Cassandra™.
You can also connect with the community globally through our #SLACK channel to network, share knowledge, and learn from real-world users of Apache Cassandra™ and DataStax Enterprise. Click on the group headline at the top of the page to interact with all the meetup group members world-wide.
Are you interested in speaking at an upcoming Cassandra™ event at any of our groups? If so, sign up here!
2 days ago · 3:00 PM
South Bay Apache Cassandra™ Certification Meetup!
We know a lot of you missed the opportunity or were not ready to take the Apache Cassandra™ certification at the Cassandra Summit. We decided to hold a special meetup... Learn more
August 16 · 6:00 PM
Docker: Databases, Image Management, Running C* on Docker and Chaos Testing
For this meetup we are excited to be doing a joint meetup with the Santa Clara Docker Meetup!
*Parking: parking is available in the lot behind the building.
6:... Learn more
July 14 · 6:30 PM
Building API layer for C* @ Coursera+Netflix & C* Batch loading for Data Product
For this meetup we are excited to be joined by 3 great presenters; Daniel Chia and Sourabh Bajaj, both Software Engineers at Coursera & Christos Kalantzis, Director of... Learn more
June 29 · 6:30 PM
Data modeling w/ Cassandra 3.0 & beyond & Cassandra on Docker @ Walmart Labs
For this meetup we are excited to be joined by two great presenters, Patrick McFadin, Chief Evangelist for Apache Cassandra, and Ani Mondal, Senior Database Architect at... Learn more
April 4 · 6:00 PM
SASI: Real-Time Search and Analytics with Cassandra
For this meetup we are excited to be joined by Pavel Yaskevich, Senior Software Engineer.
What You'll Learn At This Meetup:
With Cassandra 3.4, a new Secondary Index... Learn more