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Cassandra Design Patterns
Sanjay Sharma
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Cassandra Design Patterns

3.33  ·  Rating Details ·  18 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
This is a step-by-step guide to understanding and using Cassandra in the real world. The book starts with the origins and capabilities of Cassandra and then allows the reader to journey through various real world use cases where Cassandra can be used successfully. The book also deep dives into how to use Cassandra for these use cases and applying the right design ...more
ebook, 88 pages
Published January 25th 2014 by Packt Publishing (first published January 1st 2014)
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Apr 22, 2014 Arthur rated it liked it
Cassandra Design Patterns is a relatively short overview of both patterns and anipatterns for an IT professional entering the NoSQL/NewSQL world in retrospect to possible Cassanra database implementations in particular.

The book covers Cassandra up to the most recent version of 2.0 where a few new features were introduced.

My experience with Cassandra was in versions prior to 2.0. And I needed to learn the hard way, now thanks to Sanjay and Packt there is a book to help decide where Cassandra woul
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Aug 10, 2014 Markus Deutschl rated it liked it
Before posing my opinion on this book, I have to clarify the usage of the term “Design Pattern” within it, which confused me at first. The author doesn’t use the term in the way you would expect considering Design Patterns proposed by the Gang Of Four, but rather for real world use cases Cassandra is able to solve efficiently.

If you are new to the NoSQL world and/or Cassandra this book will provide you with a concise intro chapter about Cassandra’s origins and its underlying principles like the
Marko Švaljek
Jul 21, 2014 Marko Švaljek rated it really liked it
Cassandra Design Patterns is very brief and to the point book.This book is not for beginners and is more suitable for architect and developer roles. It starts with a brief history of Cassandra to explain what are the key advantages of Cassandra and how are they achieved under the hood. The Book then makes a short reference to the GoF patterns and introduces the 3V (Volume, Velocity, Variety) Model and explains it in the context of the Big Data. The author then describes in short the common ...more
Shamim Bhuiyan
Jan 18, 2015 Shamim Bhuiyan rated it really liked it
I really enjoyed Cassandra Design Patterns and recommended it to anyone interested in learning about Cassandra. Author touched most of all main topics of Cassandra and explained very easily. Now we are depends on Datastax to get any documentation about Cassandra and documentation about Cassandra is not very available. This book could be a major source of information to decided when and how to use Cassandra for real life problem. Thank'x to author Sanjay Sharma for such a nice book and Packt ...more
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