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Scala Client for Cassandra From Twitter: Cassie

Staying in the land of recent open source data-related projects from Twitter, Ryan King:

Cassie is a Finagle and Scala-based client originally based on Coda Hale’s library.

While it is certainly stable— we use it in production to talk to a dozen clusters and over a thousand Cassandra machines— it is currently limited to the features we use in production and has a few rough edges.

For the JVM there’s also Netflix’s Cassandra client (Astyanax) available on GitHub.

Derrick Harris

Original title and link: Scala Client for Cassandra From Twitter: Cassie (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: https://dev.twitter.com/blog/cassie-scala-client-for-cassandra