Welcome to this three part blog series where we dive into the management of certificates in an Apache Cassandra cluster. For this first post in the series we will focus on how to rotate keys in an Apache Cassandra cluster without downtime.

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Let’s take an introductory run-through of setting up your database on OpenShift, using your own hardware and RedHat’s CodeReady Containers.

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With Apache Cassandra 4.0 just around the corner, and the feature freeze on trunk lifted, let’s take a dive into the efforts ongoing with the project’s testing and Continuous Integration systems.

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We’re pleased to announce that Reaper 2.2 for Apache Cassandra was just released. This release includes a major redesign of how segments are orchestrated, which allows users to run concurrent repairs on nodes. Let’s dive into these changes and see what they mean for Reaper’s users.

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I’m happy, excited, and extremely proud to announce The Last Pickle has been acquired by DataStax.

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Reaper is our tool for managing repairs for Apache Cassandra.

tlp-stress is our tool for benchmarking Apache Cassandra clusters.

tlp-cluster is our tool for quickly provisioning Apache Cassandra clusters for test purposes.