Thank you for your advices. Finally, no technical standards (provided by
DataStax or Apache) exists for deploying Cassandra in a production environment?
In comparison with some RDBMS (Oracle, MySQL), some standards (OFA for
instance) exists and are provided by Oracle.
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In addition, give some thought to your cluster topology. For maximum fault
tolerance and availability I would recommend using at least three nodes with a
replication factor of three. Ideally, you should also use Cassandra logical
racks. This will reduce the risk of outage and make ongoing management of the
cluster a lot easier.
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On 18 October 2016 at 04:02, Anuj Wadehra < anujw_2...@yahoo.co.in > wrote:
You can refer
On Mon, 17 Oct, 2016 at 10:20 PM, Mehdi Bada
< mehdi.b...@dbi-services.com > wrote:
It is exist some best practices when installing Cassandra on production
environment? Some standard to follow? For instance, the file system type etc..