I’m going to be speaking on indexing in Cassandra at the upcoming Cassandra Summit 2011. It’ll cover some of the material from my previous blog posts on the subject with some new examples, and should be interesting. I’ve been a big fan of Cassandra but it provides a much lower level data model than most people are used to with conventional databases. It compensates for this by being much more scalable than any of the other NoSQL databases. However, it pushes a lot of the more advanced data modelling up to the application layer, in particular building your own relationship models and the queries against those. Hopefully I can shed some light on how to do that.
Speaking at Cassandra Summit 2011
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