Built on the rock-solid Apache Cassandra® NoSQL database, K8ssandra brings together a complete operational data platform for Kubernetes including APIs, monitoring, and backups.
The K8ssandra Guide to KubeCon & CloudNativeCon North America 2021 This is a BIG event and it can be daunting to decide where to start. Don’t worry – we’ve got …
In the first post in this series, John Sanda talked about how the K8ssandra team leveraged the Helm package manager to quickly deliver the first few releases of the project. …
This is the second in a series of posts examining patterns for using K8ssandra to create Cassandra clusters with different deployment topologies. In the first article in this series, we …
Learn how to create a multi-datacenter Apache Cassandra cluster in Kubernetes using the K8ssandra project and Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE).
Industry Leaders Trust K8ssandraTom Offermann Lead Software Engineer at New Relic
“New Relic is highly supportive of standardizing community-supported tools for operating and managing Cassandra clusters. We are excited about the K8ssandra launch and look forward to actively contributing and collaborating with the broader open source community. This is a great starting point for new and existing users to run Cassandra in Kubernetes and benefit from direct access to the best available Cassandra expertise and practices,”
Hassle-free Cassandra clusters management
From install command to a fully operational cluster in minutes, K8ssandra makes it trivial to install, configure, and manage a complete data platform. Native Kubernetes operators handle day-to-day operation of services.
At its core K8ssandra is powered by Apache Cassandra®, a database driving many of the most popular websites on the internet today. With a focus on availability across a suite of failure domains, the database and its data stay online.
With Cassandra’s peer-to-peer architecture at its foundation, K8ssandra allows for linear scaling alongside changes in traffic. With the addition of Stargate, operators can choose how to scale, from query processing to data capacity.