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Nov 28, 2018 • By: Cedrick Lunven

GraphQL has become more and more popular among developers to implement APIs (specially frontend developers) as it brings both simplicity and discoverability on the client side. But, what about server side? If you have already worked with Apache Cassandra™ you know that designing the proper data model is key. You also know that you need to know your queries very well in order to ensure performance. Is it possible to create an API on top of Apache Cassandra with GraphQL allowing only valid queries? Let's have a look.

Oct 20, 2017 • By: Jonathan Lacefield

This post provides a high-level overview of how DataStax Enterprise, with a focus on DSE Graph, can be used to solve Entity Resolution problems.

Aug 11, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

Now it’s your turn — become awesome at data modeling for Cassandra

Aug 11, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

You’ve created an awesome data model, but can it handle success?

Aug 11, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

You’ve created an awesome data model, but will it stand the test of time?

Aug 11, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

Thoughts on polyglot persistence, multi-model databases, and how to make sense of it all

Aug 10, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

The more things you have, the harder it is to tell them apart — how the classic problem of identity affects Cassandra data models

Aug 07, 2017 • By: Jeff Carpenter

A data model based on simplifying assumptions won't fly in a real-world application