Creating More Consistent Performance for Java and Apache Cassandra

Creating More Consistent Performance for Java and Apache Cassandra

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Because Apache Cassandra – a NoSQL distributed database designed for reliability and high scalability – is written in Java, it’s subject to limitations and performance issues associated with traditional Java Virtual Machines (JVMs).

Thanks to response time outliers, frequent Java garbage collections, and out of memory errors, deploying Java-based apps and databases like Cassandra can be expensive, time-consuming, and bogged down in re-tuning.

Learn how to resolve these issues and improve Java performance, even for workloads that require large memory, high transaction rates, low latency, and consistent response times. 

Vendor:
Azul Systems, Inc
Posted:
12 Jun 2017
Published:
12 Jun 2017
Format:
PDF
Length:
4 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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