Managed Cassandra Hosting

Choose the Cassandra Hosting Plans

One-click upgrade or downgrade cloud hosting plans for Cassandra to fit your business needs.

Express Plan for Cassandra™

Starting at $ 4.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 2 CPU Cores
  • 2GB Memory
  • 60GB SSD Disk
  • 60GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $6.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $6.49/month
  • Annually : $5.99/month
  • Biennially : $4.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Weekly Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Basic Plan for Cassandra™

Starting at $ 8.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 3 CPU Cores
  • 4GB Memory
  • 100GB SSD Disk
  • 100GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $12.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $11.99/month
  • Annually : $10.99/month
  • Biennially : $8.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Twice per Week Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Professional Plan for Cassandra™

Starting at $ 15.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 4 CPU Cores
  • 8GB Memory
  • 160GB SSD Disk
  • 160GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $23.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $21.99/month
  • Annually : $19.99/month
  • Biennially : $15.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Three Times per Week Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Advanced Plan for Cassandra™

Starting at $ 31.99/month
  • Single Node
  • 6 CPU Cores
  • 16GB Memory
  • 240GB SSD Disk
  • 240GB SATA Backup Storage
  • Monthly : $43.99/month
  • Semi-Annually : $40.99/month
  • Annually : $37.99/month
  • Biennially : $31.99/month
  • Unmetered Bandwidth
  • Daily Backup
  • On-Demand Backup
  • Unlimited Databases
  • 24/7 Technical Support

Features of all Cassandra hosting plans

Platform Features

Orchestrator

Kubernetes

Operating System for Managed Cassandra™

Ubuntu 18.04 LTS

Container Runtime

Docker

SSL Connection for Cassandra™ on Kubernetes

Instance for Cassandra™ on Kubernetes

Dedicated

Support Features

Management Features

Optional Addons

Technical Questions about Cloud Hosting for Cassandra™

Advantages of Cassandra Hosting

Open Source

Cassandra™ is an open-source NoSQL database software which means it’s free to download and use. It has a huge Cassandra community where you can ask for help about your Cassandra™.

Flexible Data Storage

Cassandra™ can process all possible data formats including structured, semi-structured, and unstructured. It allows you to make changes to your data structure as you need.

Peer to Peer Architecture

Cassandra™ employs a peer-to-peer architecture instead of a master-slave architecture. Each node connects to other nodes and performs all database operations without the need for a master node.It is made in such a way that it can handle large volumes of data and makes sure there is no single point of failure.

The Cassandra Query Language (CQL)

Cassandra™, a NoSQL database, has introduced the CQL(Cassandra Query Langugae). It is a model similar to Structured Query Language (SQL) used in relational databases. This similarity lowers the barrier of entry for users familiar with SQL commands.

Get Started with Cassandra in Minutes

Apache Cassandra Tutorial For Beginners
This video will teach you every aspect of apache Cassandra in a single session. These aspects include what apache Cassandra is, how it works internally, detailed architecture, CQL, Cassandra operations, Cassandra tools, and data modeling. It also contains topics, like data partitions, consistent hashing, ring and tokens, data replication, data versioning, data repairing, tunable consistency, failover detection, gossip protocol, commit logs, Memtables, SSTables, etc.

Managed Cassandra Hosting on Kubernetes Cloud

Cloud hosting enables applications and websites to be accessed using cloud resources. Unlike traditional hosting, the solution is not deployed on a single server. On the contrary, a network composed of connected virtual and physical cloud servers carries applications or websites, ensuring greater flexibility and scalability. The cloud Cassandra hosting platform is a cluster of powerful servers that tolerates a single point of hardware failures and increases loads, guaranteeing a high uptime.