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Cassandra in production: reliability and scalability for Cassandra deployments

Apache Cassandra, enables organisations to process large volumes of fast moving data in a reliable and scalable way. That’s why companies like Facebook, Instagram and Netflix use Apache Cassandra for mission-critical features.

Balancing the build of a highly scalable database while maintaining data consistency can be a challenge. Further, organizations that deploy Cassandra for the first time want to make sure it’s done correctly, whether that be on-premise or in AWS, Azure or Google Cloud.

In this webinar you will learn:
- Architecture, configuration and security recommendations for Cassandra deployments on private cloud, container and public cloud environments
- The challenges with Cassandra operations on virtual machines and containers
- A management solution to reduce strain, complexity and costs for DevOps teams

Watch this webinar to understand the key design decisions in creating a scalable and reliable Cassandra database.
Recorded Sep 23 2020 38 mins
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