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Cassandra Summit Through The Eyes of an HBase Emeriti Committer

Bryan Duxbury summarizing Cassandra summitvideos and slides available here — :

Jonathan Ellis’s “state of the union” talk was interesting for a variety of reasons. The struggles they’re having with hinted handoff seems to be one of the classic symptoms of trying to build a project around someone else’s whitepaper – it’s good to hear that they’re starting to overcome the difficulties and actually get a good feature into play. I was also really pleased to see that we’d managed to take care of two out of three of Cassandra’s chief complaints about Thrift. (Cassandra’s near-switch to Avro has me nervous.)

Original title and link for this post: Cassandra Summit Through The Eyes of a HBase Emeriti Committer (published on the NoSQL blog: myNoSQL)