On the Google Cloud Platform blog:
The guide walks you through creating your nodes (instances), setting up
Java, and creating and configuring a firewall. Included in the guide are
several scripts that make the configuration and setup easy to understand and
execute. Once you are finished with your cluster, a simple call to a
teardown script cleans up your project’s environment.
Can you speculate why Cassandra is the first NoSQL database that gets mentioned on Google’s blog? (hint: maybe this?)
Original title and link: Get up and Running with Cassandra on Google Compute Engine ( ©myNoSQL)