The Cassandra Java Driver Session object is a pool of connection objects. Typically, for most of the applications, one session object is sufficient per
keyspace. We can customize pool configuration using the
PoolingOptions object. While creating a
Cluster object, we can customize load balancing,
Reconnection policies, and
Retry policies according to our needs. Read and write operations can be done both in synchronous and asynchronous manners. Prepared statements can provide a slight performance gain for queries which are executed frequently, as they are parsed only time by database. The mapping API can be used to map Java
POJO classes to Cassandra tables. It enables APIs to perform basic CRUD operations on those
POJO classes. For complex ...