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In our inaugural DOKC meet-up, Patrick McFadin Developer Advocate at Datastax emphasized the challenges of running Cassandra on Kubernetes, concluding at one point that “Kubernetes might not be ready for Cassandra.” Since that meeting, the use of the open-source Container Attached Storage project OpenEBS as a simple and high performance per workload storage for Cassandra has proliferated.
Also the Cassandra Operator from Datastax, aka “CaSS”, has progressed as well. So - where are we now? Is CaSS on CAS working well?
- What is the future of collaboration between Datastax / Cassandra and MayaData / OpenEBS?
- Is Kubernetes now ready for Cassandra?
- What are the emerging technologies that might shape storage and Kubernetes in the near future?
- What are the reasons people avoid running DBs on Kubernetes? What makes it easier?