Building queues on distributed data stores is hard, and long been considered an antipattern. Howe...
Building queues on distributed data stores is hard, and long been considered an antipattern. However, with careful consideration and tactics, it is possible to do. CassieQ is an implementation of a distributed queue on Cassandra which supports easy installation, massive data ingest, authentication, a simple to use HTTP based API, and no dependencies other than your already existing Cassandra environment.
About the Speakers
Anton Kropp Senior Software Engineer, Curalate
Anton Kropp is a senior engineer with over 8 years experience building distributed and fault tolerant systems. He has worked at companies big and small (Godaddy, PracticeFusion), and enjoys building frameworks and tooling to make life easier with a penchant for dockerized containers and simple API's. When he's not messing around on his computer he's drinking local Seattle beers, zipping around the city on his electric bike, and hanging out with his wife and dog.