This series, data operations guide for Apache Cassandra, will outline the general approaches for data operations in business-critical environments that leverage Cassandra and must maintain high availability in an agile development and continuous delivery environment.
It will also explain the tactical and specific ways to move information on-demand, on-going, and as part of a production migration if needed.
In our experience working on global scale data & analytics platforms, Apache Cassandra or Cassandra-based data platforms like Datastax, we see that our clients don’t have a consistent approach to managing their platform.
This series is an adaptation of our Cassandra Data Operations Guide which we train our team on and share with clients that subscribe to our advisory, hire us to engineer their projects, or manage their platforms using our playbook.
There are various ways to move data in and out of Apache Cassandra. Here are the main ways that we will cover with examples so you can copy and paste your way into Apache Cassandra mastery.
We’re going to cover these topics in no particular order and link them from here. If you want to get updates and eventually the full guide when it’s published, feel free to subscribe to our mailing list here or on our Cassandra.Link site.