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I'M NOT SUPPORTING THIS PROJECT ANY LONGER. I'M CURRENTLY USING MONGODB FOR MY PROJECT. IF ANYONE WANTS TO TAKE OVER THIS PROJECT PLEASE DO. Currently - Jsondra is an idea... READ MORE HERE http://wiki.github.com/joerussbowman/jsondra/what-is-jsondra Jsondra is an http and json interface for the Cassandra project. It is written in python using the Tornado framework released by Facebook, and uses the Lazyboy project as released by Digg for interacting with Cassandra. Jsondra uses HTTP verbage to interact with Cassandra. HTTP GET will get an item. HTTP POST/PUT will store an item. HTTP DELETE will delete an item. Currently, Jsondra only supports basic get/put(or post)/delete operations. You can create an item, access an item by it's key, or delete an item by it's key. More functionality will come in the future. Items accessed by supplying the Key object via the url: ie: http://localhost:8001/keyspace/columnfamily/key/ For post/put operations, if a key is not supplied, one will be created. For get/delete operations if a key is not supplied, or does not exist, a 404 is returned. Delete items return a JSON object with a deletedItem object which has key object of the item deleted returned. All items, when written, get an extra key appended to them which is _jsondra_id. Responses from the server are either HTTP status codes, or JSON formatted values. Jsondra does not store raw JSON within Cassandra. It uses Tornado and Lazyboy to parse the JSON an store items as columns within Cassandra. Included is a sample client written using node.js. It's still very much a work in progress.