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We are pleased to introduce Apache Cassandra on Ubuntu Server 22.04, thoughtfully configured by our team. This image comes preinstalled with essential system components, including AWS CLI, AWS CloudWatch Agent, AWS Systems Manager Agent, Python 3, and Cloud-Init. For comprehensive usage guidance and detailed instructions, please consult the Additional Resources section included in this listing. To ensure that you always have access to the latest packages and security updates, all our cloudimg offerings receive automatic updates upon their first boot.

Apache Cassandra, an open-source NoSQL distributed database, has earned the trust of numerous companies seeking scalability and high availability without sacrificing performance. Its linear scalability and proven fault tolerance, whether deployed on commodity hardware or cloud infrastructure, position it as the optimal choice for managing mission-critical data.

Key Features:

Hybrid Capabilities: Cassandra’s masterless architecture and low-latency attributes empower it to endure a complete data center outage without any data loss, whether you’re operating in public or private clouds or on-premises.

Fault Tolerance: Cassandra’s exceptional support for replication across multiple datacenters sets the industry standard, ensuring lower latency for your users and the assurance that you can weather regional outages without a hitch. Additionally, failed nodes can be seamlessly replaced without any downtime.

Outstanding Performance: Cassandra consistently outperforms other widely used NoSQL alternatives in both benchmark tests and real-world applications, primarily due to its carefully considered architectural choices.

Elastic Scaling: Cassandra efficiently streams data between nodes during scaling operations, such as adding a new node or datacenter during peak traffic periods. With Zero Copy Streaming, this process becomes up to 5x faster, particularly in cloud and Kubernetes environments.