based on my experience in development and operations. In the following years, as more resources emerged for stateful applications, my answer would have changed to “Maybe,” but always with a qualifier: “It’s fine for development or test environments…

To take this to production, I’d need a team of Kubernetes and Cassandra veterans, plus a suite of tooling and runbooks to fill in the operational gaps.

This reduces the time to recovery, as data no longer has to be synced between hosts in the case of a worker failure.

Cass-operator acts as a Rosetta Stone, providing the wealth of knowledge needed to stitch the terms of Cassandra and Kubernetes together.

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