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From "Jeff Liu (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CASSANDRA-10713) Gate keeper to do rate limiter and qps cap
Date Mon, 16 Nov 2015 19:52:10 GMT

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Jeff Liu updated CASSANDRA-10713:
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    Description: 
As cassandra becomes the primary noSQL data store in more and more production environment,
have we thought about adding gate keeper features like rate limiter and qps cap, which will
give a greater integration experience when implementing cassandra in a large services infrastructure.

Reliability has become more and more important in those days for service providers. cassandra,
together with other SQL or noSQL solutions, provides the data layers that power the complete
application stack. In today's distributed system frameworks, dependences across application
layers have been largely reduced, however, as the central data repository, data store system
sits on the critical path, and become more fragile especially for the real-time, large scale
systems. Companies like Twitter, facebook has built gate keeper internally to protect their
data store systems, what should we do for cassandra?

Thoughts?



  was:
As cassandra becomes the primary noSQL data store in more and more production environment,
have we thought about adding gate keeper features like rate limiter and qps cap, which will
give a greater integration experience when implementing cassandra in a large services infrastructure.

Thoughts?


> Gate keeper to do rate limiter and qps cap
> ------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CASSANDRA-10713
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CASSANDRA-10713
>             Project: Cassandra
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: Configuration
>            Reporter: Jeff Liu
>
> As cassandra becomes the primary noSQL data store in more and more production environment,
have we thought about adding gate keeper features like rate limiter and qps cap, which will
give a greater integration experience when implementing cassandra in a large services infrastructure.
> Reliability has become more and more important in those days for service providers. cassandra,
together with other SQL or noSQL solutions, provides the data layers that power the complete
application stack. In today's distributed system frameworks, dependences across application
layers have been largely reduced, however, as the central data repository, data store system
sits on the critical path, and become more fragile especially for the real-time, large scale
systems. Companies like Twitter, facebook has built gate keeper internally to protect their
data store systems, what should we do for cassandra?
> Thoughts?



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