Blogs — June 2019


Popular Technical — Cassandra Technical — Kafka

Geospatial Anomaly Detection (Terra-Locus Anomalia Machina) Part 2: Geohashes (2D)

Tuesday 18th June 2019 by Paul Brebner

Massively Scalable Geospatial Anomaly Detection with Apache Kafka and Cassandra In this blog, we continue exploring how to build a scalable Geospatial Anomaly Detector. In the previous blog, we introduced the problem and tried an initial Cassandra data model with locations based on latitude and longitude. We now try another approach, Geohashes, to start with, […]
Geospatial Anomaly Detection - Part 2 - Geohashes

Technical Technical — Cassandra

Get better price-to-performance with the new AWS M5 instance types on the Instaclustr Managed Platform

Tuesday 11th June 2019 by Adam Zegelin

Instaclustr is pleased to announce the support for AWS EC2 M5 instance type for Apache Cassandra clusters on the Instaclustr Managed Platform. The M-series AWS EC2 instances are general purpose compute instances and are quite popular due to their versatile configurations that can cater to most generic application workloads. In case you are wondering what’s […]
AWS EC2 M5 instance types on the Instaclustr Managed Platform

Popular Technical — Cassandra Technical — Kafka

Massive scale Kafka and Cassandra deployment for real-time anomaly detection: 19 Billion events per day

Wednesday 5th June 2019 by Adam Zegelin

“The limits of the possible can only be defined by going beyond them into the impossible.” – Arthur C. Clarke At Instaclustr, we constantly push ourselves to test the limits of the performance and scalability of the open source technologies our Managed Platform offers. Even at massive scale, our platform ensures that the reliability of […]
Anomalia Machina Summary - Real-time Anomaly Detection at Scale