Cassandra:

Distributed Key-Value, Architecture

Vadim Opolski

Scala Big Data Developer

Luxoft DXC

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Distributed key-value stores, often referred to as distributed hash tables (DHTs), serve as the backbone for many of today’s high-scale applications. They efficiently distribute key-value pairs across numerous servers to ensure availability, scalability, and fault tolerance.

This talk delves into the intricate workings of Cassandra, a prominent example of such systems. Key discussion points include the importance of the CAP theorem in shaping the design decisions of distributed databases, the intricate details of read/write paths, and the significance of primary keys, especially partition and clustering keys, in data modeling and retrieval.

By the end of this session, attendees will have gained a comprehensive understanding of the architectural decisions underpinning Cassandra and the principles guiding distributed database systems at large.

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About the Speaker

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Vadim Opolski

Scala Big Data Developer

Luxoft DXC

A global data chapter lead and certified Cassandra Developer at Luxoft DXC, this speaker boasts extensive IT consultancy experience with top firms including UBS, Deutsche Bank, City Bank, HSBC, and Toyota. Renowned for contributing to Apache Ignite, they bring deep insights and proven expertise to the conference’s discussions on innovative data solutions.

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