Resources on Apache Cassandra for the .Net devs

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I've been playing around with MongoDB, a no SQL database just like Facebook's Cassandra. This morning I heard about Nick Berardi's posts about running Cassandra on Windows and decided to do some reading on it.

In the process I've found some useful links

At this point I realize ‘yikes, do I have to have the terminal window open to run Cassandra’. Upon quick search I found another Nick's excellent post:

While I've got those 2 projects downloading on the background, I just realize the C# code needed to connect to Cassandra (through an intermediary service called Thrift)looks quite ugly.

And I found Nick's Fluent Cassandra project:

  1. Ronald Widha » Blog Archive » Running Cassandra on Windows: first attempt says:

    [...] I was reading up on some resources on Apache Cassandra for the .Net devs. I decided to try it [...]

  2. NoSQL on the Microsoft Platform says:

    [...] Faulkner mentioned in the comments that Cassandra works in Windows as well! Check out this source for more information on getting it running and working with it from the client side: http://www.ronaldwidha.net/2010/06/22/resources-on-apache-cassandra-for-net-devs/ [...]

  3. NoSQL は Microsoft にとって重要だから、Microsoft だけに任せておけない [ #cloud #cloudcomputing #nosql #windows #microsoft #cbajp ] « Agile Cat — Azure says:

    [...] Faulkner mentioned in the comments that Cassandra works in Windows as well! Check out this source for more information on getting it running and working with it from the client side: http://www.ronaldwidha.net/2010/06/22/resources-on-apache-cassandra-for-net-devs/ [...]

  4. NoSQL は Microsoft にとって重要だから、Microsoft だけに任せておけない! « Agile Cat — Azure & Hadoop — Talking Book says:

    [...] Faulkner mentioned in the comments that Cassandra works in Windows as well! Check out this source for more information on getting it running and working with it from the client side: http://www.ronaldwidha.net/2010/06/22/resources-on-apache-cassandra-for-net-devs/ [...]

  5. Eko Kurniawan Khannedy says:

    hahaha, use linux for better life :D

  6. Javier Canillas says:

    Hey, Fluent Cassandra is made for C# 4.0, if you need a client for versions 2.0 or above you can grab Aquiles http://aquiles.codeplex.com/