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Question for Vlad. Does your book cover how to configure/monitor Cassandra within Azure?

 
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I am being charged with setting up a runtime for a vendor product that requires a (in my mind anyway) pretty large Cassandra instance to operate properly. Does your book cover how to use Cassandra (Cosmos) within Azure, with regards to sizing, monitoring, best practices (over and above standard Cassandra best practices), etc.? Thanks!
 
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Lanny Gilbert wrote:I am being charged with setting up a runtime for a vendor product that requires a (in my mind anyway) pretty large Cassandra instance to operate properly. Does your book cover how to use Cassandra (Cosmos) within Azure, with regards to sizing, monitoring, best practices (over and above standard Cassandra best practices), etc.? Thanks!



My book doesn't specifically cover Cassandra. We have so many options for data storage and compute that it is impossible to cover them all in one book. I do talk through a reference implementation but in general I'm trying to focus on best practices and patterns that can be applied regardless of the specific implementation. For example: DevOps (Git, automatic deployment), monitoring, access control, governance and so on.
 
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