I regularly work with teams that have 3.11.{0.1} in prod, and would recommend 
it for new clusters.  

Avoid materialized views and SASI until you really understand how they work and 
their limitations.  MVs solve about one use case correctly, SASI is good if 
you’re querying a single partition *but* it’s missing a pretty important 
optimization of addressing rows directly, so if you’ve got huge partitions you 
pay a massive price for using them.  Check out 
<https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-11990> for details.

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