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Problem: You want to squeeze every bit of scalability and performance benefit of Cassandra, but you do not want the overhead of taking care of the performance tuning, infrastructure, monitoring, availability and all other things Cassandra related. You want to focus on the business side of the problem, instead. Whether you are a startup fighting for your customer base or a big corporation, sometimes it makes perfect sense to move Cassandra out of the way and reap only the benefits of it, without having to worry about the hard stuff.

Solution: Managed Cassandra is our flagship service. Powered and maintained by top-tier talent, our Apache Cassandra managed service allows businesses worldwide to enjoy all the performance, scalability, and availability benefits of Apache Cassandra without having to pay the high price in terms of production outages and time spent learning. Instead of spending months on your road to production, you get your Cassandra cluster up and running in a matter of days.

We get there in only two steps.

Step One: we familiarize with your business needs and use case. The output of this step is a Service-Level Agreement (SLA).

Step Two: We spin up the cluster according to the SLA and provide you with the access. We set up monitoring and alerting, and along with 24/7 technical support, you can rest assured that your cluster will be always on and taken care of.

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After the cluster is up and running and starts serving your business, we will work together with you to constantly improve the cluster performance and availability. We can test failure scenarios to prove that the database will serve the requests even if a part of the system is down. We can test the database with production-like load and give you an insight about the maximum number of requests per second that the database can handle for your use case.

Case Studies

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MANAGED SERVICE FOR APACHE CASSANDRA

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LOAD TESTING HTTP API

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