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Tuesday, June 11 • 11:50am - 12:20pm
Time-Series Metrics with Cassandra

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Librato's Metrics platform relies on Cassandra as its sole data storage platform for time-series data. This session will discuss how we have scaled from a single six node Cassandra ring two years ago to the multiple storage rings that handle over 150,000 writes/second today. We'll cover the steps we have taken to scale the platform including the evolution of our underlying schema, operational tricks, and client-library improvements. The session will finish with our suggestions on how we believe Cassandra as a project and its community can be improved.


Mike Heffner

Engineer & Co-Founder, Librato
Mike Heffner works at Librato ensuring their metrics platform is scalable and performant. At Librato he spends his time wrangling their Cassandra datastore, building distributed backend systems for measurement processing and assisting on development of various API components. Mike enjoys contributing to open source and has been active in the startup and academic environments for many years.

Tuesday June 11, 2013 11:50am - 12:20pm
Marina Room Conference Center Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

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