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From Ilya Kasnacheev <ilya.kasnach...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Ignite as Cache and Query layer for Cassandra.
Date Thu, 31 Aug 2017 15:55:54 GMT
Hello Mark,

I have found some documentation on how to do what the article describes:

"Apache Ignite can be inserted between Apache Cassandra and an existing
application layer with no changes to the Cassandra data and only minimal
changes to the application"


On the left you can see there are config examples, tests, AWS
configuration, etc.

Hope it's good enough.

Ilya Kasnacheev

2017-08-31 16:15 GMT+03:00 Mark Farnan <mark.farnan@petrolink.com>:

> Howdy,
> I'm currently evaluating Ignite for a project, and am looking for some
> guidance and project sample for using Ignite over Cassandra as a cache and
> query layer.
> Note: The Cassandra database and schema already exists and is mature.
> In a Recent Infoworld post,   (https://www.infoworld.com/
> article/3191895/application-development/light-a-fire-
> under-cassandra-with-apache-ignite.html) it stated
> "*No remodeling of Cassandra data*
> Apache Ignite reads from Apache Cassandra and other NoSQL databases, so
> moving Cassandra data into Ignite requires no data modification. The data
> schema can also be migrated directly into Ignite as is. "
> However, I can't find in *any* documentation,  or online articles,
>  guidance on just how to do this and there are no links in the article.
>   - The Ignite docs /cassandra section appear to only cover using
> Cassandra as a persistence layer,  not for going over and caching /
> querying an existing schema.   (unless I'm missing something obvious !)
>   - The Youtube video cuts out to blank at the end, so no links are shown.
>    The  links on the slideshare document appear to be broken.
>   -  Can't find any git hub for examples on how to do this (especially not
> for the couple you tube vids)
> Can anyone please point me to some working sample code and/or
> documentation on how to do this ?
> I'm especially interested in not having to migrate any schema's,  nor
> having to pre-load the data into the cache.  (lazy load), which the
> articles imply.
> Also some of the data would be too large to load it all into Ram anyway.
> Any assistance greatly appreciated.
> Regards
> Mark.

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