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by Animesh Singh, Anthony Amanse, Ishan Gulhane | Updated October 28, 2017 - Published April 20, 2017
Today’s businesses are gathering, storing, and analyzing immense amounts of data. Apache Cassandra is a massively scalable open source NoSQL database and is perfect for managing large amounts of structured, semi-structured, and unstructured data across multiple datacenters, commodity servers, and the cloud. Kubernetes is the world’s most popular container orchestration system, ranked as one of the most active projects on GitHub. In this pattern, you’ll learn how to combine these two powerhouse systems, deploying a cloud-native Cassandra implementation on Kubernetes.
This pattern showcases the full power of Kubernetes clusters. It shows you how you can deploy Apache Cassandra, the world’s most popular NoSQL database, on top of the world’s most popular container orchestration platform, Kubernetes. You’ll find a full deployment roadmap for a multi-node scalable Cassandra cluster from IBM Cloud Container Service Kubernetes clusters. Each Cassandra component runs in a separate container or group of containers.
With Apache Cassandra’s distributed system, you can deploy large numbers of nodes across multiple data centers. Cassandra’s distributed architecture is specifically tailored for multiple-data center deployment, redundancy, failover, and disaster recovery. Together, these features make it a great fit for a container orchestration platform and will give you all the advantages of automation, operation, scaling, and monitoring.
Ready to put this code pattern to use? Complete details on how to get started are in the README.
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