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SHIFT: Real World Migration from MongoDB to Cassandra

  • Oct 15, 2013 · 7:00 PM

Let's give a warm welcome to this month's Los Angeles Cassandra Users presenters: Blake Eggleston and Jon Haddad from SHIFT.

What you'll learn at this meetup:

•  A real-world use case about how Shift migrated to Cassandra from MongoDB, why they did it, and the gains received by making the switch.

• Shift's strategy on migrating to Cassandra with ZERO downtime.

• Example data modeling patterns in Cassandra, used by Shift

• The benefits of using CQL3

Food and beverage will be served at this event.

Hope you can make it!


About Jon Haddad

Jon Haddad is the Senior Architect at SHIFT and is one of the maintainers of CQLengine. Jon has spent the last decade at various startups in the LA area. His previous projects include and

About Blake Eggleston

Blake Eggleston is a Senior Developer at SHIFT. He is one of the authors of CQLengine, the Python CQL3 object mapper, and a member of Tinkerpop, the graph database development group.



7:00pm — Food/Beverage/Social

7:30pm — Shift: Real World Migration from MongoDB to Cassandra

8:15pm — Q&A/Closing

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