Additionally please take a look at Kundera.
Kundera is an open source and currently supporting ORM over CASSANDRA, Hbase, MongoDB.
Support for REDIS will be there in future.
Blogs for reference are:
I'm looking at Magnolia at the moment (as in, this second). At first glance, it looks like I should be able to use Cassandra as the database:
If it can use a filesystem as its database, it can use Cassandra, no?
On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 2:01 PM, aaron morton <email@example.com> wrote:
Would you think of Django as a CMS ?
On 5 May 2011, at 22:54, Eric tamme wrote:
Does anyone know of a content management system that can be easily
customized to use Cassandra as its database?
(Even better, if it can use Cassandra without customization!)
I think your best bet will be to look for a CMS that uses an ORM for
the storage layer and write a specific ORM for Cassandra that you can
plugin to whatever frame work the CMS uses.
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