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From Igor Rudyak <irud...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Using Ignite as the SQL Engine for Cassandra
Date Wed, 12 Jul 2017 04:01:11 GMT
Hi Roger,

You can use Ignite-Cassandra integration module. In case you need to load
specific portion of you Cassandra dataset into Ignite you can use
*loadCache(...)* method of Ignite cache API, providing it appropriate CQL
query.

Igor

On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 8:29 PM, Roger Fischer (CW) <rfische@brocade.com>
wrote:

> Hello,
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> I have seen the page on using Cassandra as the persistent store for
> Ignite. Are the same concepts / classes applicable when using Cassandra as
> the backing database?
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> I have a large data set in Cassandra. At system start I want to load the
> most recent (ie. most used) data into Ignite. The application then performs
> SQL queries to Ignite. My persistence API will check if the data set is
> already in Ignite before submitting the query. When part of the data set is
> not in Ignite, the persistence API loads the needed data from Cassandra
> into Ignite first.
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> Is there a plugin for Ignite that gets me started on this? Or are there
> interfaces or classes that I need to implement / extend?
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> I am looking for some initial pointers (ie. where to get started).
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> Thanks…
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> Roger
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