Cassandra is going to be die in next few time (What I see) - Cassandra
is not solving the purpose rather people are facing fewer issue
sometime where in virtual environments.

We have tried crdb database cluster and migrated few of cluster over
on the cockroach database environment, it seems working having said
the relational as nature.


On 3/13/18, Matija Gobec <> wrote:
> Hi Oliver,
> Few years back I had a similar problem where there was a lot of data in
> MySQL and it was starting to choke. I migrated data to Cassandra, ran
> benchmarks and blew MySQL out of the water with a small 3 node C* cluster.
> If you have a use case for Cassandra the answer is yes, but keep in mind
> that there are some use cases like relational problems which can be hard to
> solve with Cassandra and I tend to keep them in relational database. That
> being said, I don't think you can benchmark these two head to head since
> they basically solve different problems and Cassandra is distributed by
> design.
> Best,
> Matija
> On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 9:27 PM, Gábor Auth <> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 8:58 PM Oliver Ruebenacker <>
>> wrote:
>>> We have a project currently using MySQL single-node with 5-6TB of data
>>> and some performance issues, and we plan to add data up to a total size
>>> of
>>> maybe 25-30TB.
>> There is no 'silver bullet', the Cassandra is not a 'drop in' replacement
>> of MySQL. Maybe it will be faster, maybe it will be totally unusable,
>> based
>> on your use-case and database scheme.
>> Is there some good more recent material?
>> Are you able to completely redesign your database schema? :)
>> Bye,
>> Gábor Auth

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