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Cassandra is a highly scalable, eventually consistent, distributed, partitioned row store.

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MongoDB vs Cassandra - Which one is best for Internet of Things Data [closed]

Recently one of my client asked me to take a decision on choosing database for one Industrial project (Where there may be lots of sensors including Camera for photos or Videos) - Where data flow is ...
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Cassandra-backed persistence layer for ActiveMQ (Qsandra alternative)

I am trying to use Cassandra for the back-end of ActiveMQ. I noticed that on an Apache Cassandra page there is a link to a project called qsandra. However, after going to the page https://github.com/...
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Database Recommendation for Internal PGP Keyserver Application

My goal is to create a database that maps PGP keys to users for an internal security system. I would like to have two "tables" user info (UID, Name, Email, Title, Position) and PGP key info (Pub Key, ...
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Can someone suggest me a NoSQL database which is good for frequent updates?

I have heard that NoSQL databases like Cassandra, Couchbase etc are not good for frequent updates of data. They behave well when the data inserted doesn't change often. My use case is to save/update ...
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GraphQL with Cassandra

Currently we are using Presto (v0.215) with Cassandra (v3.11.3) to perform our development work to get data processed to create insights and display it on dashboards. But, we have seen lot of latency ...
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GraphQL on Cassandra or Presto on Cassandra

I would like to know on using GraphQL API to access data from Cassandra is better or using presto and accessing data in Cassnadra. Thanks in advance.
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E-commerce software for Cassandra

Is there an e-commerce open source application natively targeting Apache Cassandra database? Similar examples include Spree, Shopizer and WooCommerce which however only support relational DBMSs.