Edward Capriolo

Wednesday Apr 10, 2013

Cassandra 1,000,000 inserts/sec on raspberry pi

You may have hear that netflix achieved 1,000,000 inserts per second with cassandra.  Datastax was nice enough to give me a raspberry pi loaded with cassandra. I decided the best possible thing to do with the device would be to run a benchmark. Because the device offers unique capabilities I decided to craft a special benchmark, the "edwardcapriolo.com roflscale, cloud serving, pi linksys, nosql, big data benchmark". I recorded the benchmark for posterity. In the first part, I explain the hardware required to run the test:

After the stage is set, we run the test.

Word of this test has spread quickly. There has been unconfirmed reports that enterprise vendors are scrambling in an attempts to defeat my benchmark with a beagleboard running Oracle NoSQL database connected to a Dell I SCSI San with SSD. I will post more details when they come available.


You can't even put the h in bla? :)

Posted by Matt on April 10, 2013 at 08:36 AM EDT #

It would have been faster with CQLsh, but you already know that.

Posted by Eric Lubow on April 10, 2013 at 10:40 AM EDT #

What JDK are you running on?

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