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Apache Cassandra Node for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8- support by Kurian

Kurian | 3.11.10 20220306

Linux/Unix, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.3 - 64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI)

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    Fares B.

redhat

  • February 18, 2022
  • Review provided by G2

What do you like best?
the best thing is how can we make many orginztions in one cloud and how can we connect them together clouding or hybrid, which is the best invirment to make it for your company.
What do you dislike?
the issue here is the pricing because you have to pay for everything and every new service you will need or add, also its not easy to teach if your environment needs to learn about something new.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
the problem we solved by using this application is to have a new and one environment which makes it easy to connect all environments, also how to connect them together and work as one environment.


    Partha R.

One of the best distributed no-sql databases out there

  • February 17, 2022
  • Review provided by G2

What do you like best?
Currently, most kind of app development or backend development is shifting towards no-SQL databases, and Apache Cassandra Node for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 is one of the best options one can choose from. Here are some points that I absolutely love about Apache Cassandra Node,
- It's totally open source, so the community is very strong and the usage is completely free.
- The non-relational nature of this database makes it a fit for almost all kinds of needs.
- Cassandra can run on multiple machines while appearing to users as a unified whole, which gives the engineers a great boost in scaling their application as distributed architecture always provides the most benefits for scalability.
- Another very interesting aspect is, It enables developers to scale their databases dynamically, using off-the-shelf hardware, with no downtime. You can expand when you need to – and also shrink, if the application requirements suggest that path.
- Partitions and replications are also great features that enables the engineers to ensure data consistency and availibility.
What do you dislike?
There's no such thing I dislike about it. It's a great product, also the community is amazing so any issue one face there will be someone who will help so no problem till now.
What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
So my project where I used the product, deals in real-time weather forecastings. Which needed a very strong database with out-of-the-box scaling options, which Apache Cassandra Node for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 gave. And it has been a smooth experience.


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