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Deploying Cassandra With Puppet

Cassandra is a peer-to-peer architecture which is typically deployed on a large number of servers. Deploying, managing, and upgrading these systems by is more administrative time especially as your cluster grows. Puppet provides a simple way to install Cassandra.

Puppet is one of the favorite tools for automating the deployment on large clusters. Here is an example for HBase/Hadoop deployments and one for deploying a Hadoop cluster on EC2. There is Puppet recipe for Riak on GitHub, but it doesn’t show a lot of activity.

Getting back to Cassandra, you know what would be cool (if possible)? A Puppet recipe for a rolling upgrade of a Cassandra cluster.

Original title and link: Deploying Cassandra With Puppet (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)