MIgrating from self-managed Cassandra to Keyspaces
Running a Cassandra cluster on Kubernetes and is considering a move to Keyspaces.
It is unclear on how to export the data from the existing cluster and import it into Keyspaces?
Would they just use cqlsh COPY?
At the moment, doesn't look like Keyspaces is a supported target for DMS.
Yes, but is not the only option.
- for small datasets or tables you can load data into Amazon Keyspaces using
- for production workloads with large datasets, you can use the DataStax Bulk Loader for Apache Cassandra to load data into Amazon Keyspaces using the
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