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Cassandra In-Depth

  • Mar 5, 2013 · 6:30 PM

This presentation will provide an overview of Apache Cassandra and its usage in mission critical, online environments. Cassandra was initially designed to be continuously available no matter the amount of data storage, and it is in production at companies such as Netflix, eBay, and Adobe. Both development functionality (new features in Cassandra 1.2) and operational benefits (multi datacenter replication and backups) will be covered, and the format will be relaxed to ensure all questions are answered.

Matt Pfeil (@Mattz62)

Matt is Vice President of Customer Solutions and co-founder at DataStax. Prior to DataStax, Matt built and managed the Email and Apps infrastructure development group at Rackspace. Before its acquisition by Rackspace, Matt was at Webmail.us where he worked in various management roles in infrastructure and scalability. Matt holds a BS from Virginia Tech in Computer Science.

About DataStax

DataStax powers the big data apps that transform business for more than 200 customers, including startups and 20 of the Fortune 100. DataStax delivers a massively scalable, flexible and continuously available big data platform built on Apache Cassandra™. DataStax integrates enterprise-ready Cassandra, Apache Hadoop™ for analytics and Apache Solr™ for search, across multiple data centers and in the cloud.

ATTN: This is a joint meetup with the Los Angeles Java Users Group http://www.lajug.org

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  • alex c.

    Anybody with slides/presentation materials please also cc. me a copy as well, thx.

    March 6, 2013

  • Tim S.

    Unfortunately wasnt able to attend. Would you be able to share your slides?

    March 6, 2013

  • DeWayne F.

    More of a high level skim than "in depth", but still valuable.

    March 6, 2013

  • Chakravarthi(Chaks) A.

    love to attend. is anyone driving from OC.

    March 4, 2013

  • alex c.

    I am out of town now. Is there a way this can be hosted on LIVE meeting or on the WEB etc. so that I can dial in / log in and join the meeting, even just as observer, watching from the side so I don't miss this interesting meetup ? Thanks

    February 26, 2013

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