What are native protocols?

What are native protocols?

The native protocol defines the format of the binary messages exchanged between the driver and Cassandra over TCP.

What is Cassandra protocol?

In Cassandra, all nodes are the same and have peer to peer architecture and there is no concept of a master-slave node. In Cassandra all nodes communicating with each other via a gossip protocol. Gossip is the message system that Cassandra node use to make their data consistent with each other.

What native code means?

Native code is computer programming (code) that is compiled to run with a particular processor (such as an Intel x86-class processor) and its set of instructions. If the same program is run on a computer with a different processor, software can be provided so that the computer emulates the original processor.

What does native version mean?

A native application is a software program that is developed for use on a particular platform or device. Because a native app is built for use on a particular device and its OS, it has the ability to use device-specific hardware and software.

Why is Cassandra used?

Cassandra’s benefits include: Open source: Increases innovation, speed of implementation, flexibility, and extensibility. More cost effective, while avoiding vendor lock-in. Handles a high volume of data with ease: Built to handle a massive amount of data across many servers.

What is native data?

Native Data means data that is created solely by Customer or its agents.

What is native operating system?

It is a phrase that describes the operating system that the device comes with, and applications written specifically for that OS (as opposed to Java apps, which are cross-platform). So for example, “Native OS” of iPhone is iOS; and “Native OS iPhone application” will be written in Objective C.

What is a native platform?

The term native app development refers to building a mobile app exclusively for a single platform. The app is built with programming languages and tools that are specific to a single platform. For example, you can develop a native Android app with Java or Kotlin and choose Swift and Objective-C for iOS apps.

What does native mean in programing?

Native code refers to programming code that is configured to run on a specific processor. Native code will generally not function if used on a processor other than the one it was specifically written for unless it is allowed to run over an emulator.

What is MongoDB and Cassandra?

Cassandra is designed to handle large amounts of data across many commodity servers, providing high availability with no single point of failure. 2. MongoDB : MongoDB is a cross-platform document-oriented and a non relational (i.e NoSQL) database program.

What is native and cross-platform?

Native apps are built specifically for one platform while cross-platform apps tend to be compatible across multiple platforms like iOS and Android.

Why does Amazon use NoSQL?

NoSQL databases can be found in companies like Amazon, Google, Netflix, and Facebook that are dependent on large volumes of data not suited to relational databases. These databases can work efficiently with current unstructured data like social media, email, and documents.