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rohithsolomon asked ·

If Docker and ccm are options for small test clusters, what is recommended for production setups?

I read this up in the Definitive Guide:
It’s often convenient when developing applications with Cassandra to use real clusters for unit and integration testing. Docker and ccm are both great options for creating small test clusters that you can quickly build and tear down for use in your tests.

If that's teh case, what do we generally use for production-level cluster setup?

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Erick Ramirez answered ·

You can use Docker in production if that's what you're asking. In the 8-week workshop series, we've shown you how using Kubernetes to deploy Docker is very powerful.

But you can also deploy Cassandra in more conventional infrastructures such as:

  • bare-metal servers in an on-premise environment
  • VMs in private or public cloud
  • or any combination in a hybrid cloud configuration.

Cheers!

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