Practical Cassandra: A Developer’s Approach

Practical Cassandra: A Developer’s Approach
Cassandra
Russell Bradberry
Eric Lubow
ISBN-10: 032193394X • ISBN-13: 9780321933942
©2014 • Addison-Wesley Professional • Paper, 208 pp
Published 12/19/2013 • Instock

Practical Cassandra is the first hands-on developer’s guide to building systems that deliver on Cassandra’s promises of extraordinary speed, scalability, reliability, and performance. Two pioneering Cassandra developers – including Russell Bradberry, primary author of Cassandra’s NodeJS driver – walk the reader through every step of building a real production application. Drawing on their exceptional expertise, they share deep insights into issues ranging from querying to deployment, management, maintenance, and monitoring. Bradberry and DataStax MVP Eric Lubow cover key issues ranging from architecture to migration and guide through navigating crucial decisions needed to make about data modeling. –

Russell Bradberry is the primary author of one of the Cassandra drivers
Eric and Russ are both Datastax MVPs and are regular speakers about Cassandra
The CTO of Datastax, the support company behind Cassandra, will be providing a foreword and will support the authors writing and promoting the book
Cassandra is a key NoSQL database used within the BigData community

About the Author(s)

Russell Bradberry (Twitter: @devdazed) is the principal architect at SimpleReach, where heis responsible for designing and building out highly scalable, high-volume, distributed data solutions. He has brought to market a wide range of products, including a real-time bidding ad server, a rich media ad management tool, a content recommendation system, and, most recently, a real-time social intelligence platform. He is a U.S. Navy veteran, a DataStax MVP for Apache Cassandra, and the author of the NodeJS Cassandra driver Helenus.

Eric Lubow (Twitter: @elubow) is currently chief technology officer of SimpleReach, where he builds highly scalable, distributed systems for processing social data. He began his career building secure Linux systems. Since then he has worked on building and administering various types of ad systems, maintaining and deploying large-scale Web applications, and building email delivery and analytics systems. He is also a U.S. Army combat veteran and a DataStax MVP for Apache Cassandra.

Eric and Russ are regular speakers about Cassandra and distributed systems, and both live in New York City.
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