Pythian has helped hundreds of customers assess, plan, and deploy database migrations to improve data availability, performance, scalability, and security.
Pythian’s database experts will conduct an assessment to evaluate your workload dependencies, application infrastructure, and business needs. We will help you determine what database is the best technology for you, with an unbiased, technology-agnostic opinion.
Choosing the right path depends on various factors such as time, budget, resources, and cloud adoption range by the business and its value - all defined within the strategic migration plan. Our database experts will help you plan your migration to Cassandra to ensure seamless deployment.
Our Cassandra database experts ensure your migration to Cassandra is seamless.
We’ve successful helped many of our customers migrate from MongoDB, HBase, Hadoop, or relational databases to Cassandra.
Cassandra is best known for its scalability. It’s no wonder why businesses such as Facebook, Netflix, Reddit, Spotify, and eBay use Cassandra.
Want to know if it’s the right choice for your business? Our Cassandra database experts will conduct an assessment and work with key stakeholders to help you decide if migrating to Cassandra is the right choice.
Our database experts are here to help you migrate to the best database for your business.
Already decided to migrate?
We’re here to help you plan and deploy a seamless Cassandra migration.
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When I started learning Cassandra, I noticed some concepts were not well explained, and it might be helpful for beginners to have information on a single topic in one place.
Let’s walk through what Cassandra consistency levels are, what options it has, and explain how they work so you can configure your database properly.
Why don’t we all use Cassandra for all our database needs? Especially now when many users of proprietary database technologies like Oracle and SQL Server are looking to get out of massive license fees. The (apparent) low cost of open-source in combination with the list of features above, make Cassandra very attractive to many corporate CTOs and CFOs.