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Could someone tell me what is a Datacenter in Cassandra?

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A Datacenter in Cassandra is basically a group of nodes, within a cluster, that are related and configured for replication purposes. This architecture is followed in Cassandra, to prevent Data loss, and help speed up the processing. The related nodes within Cassandra, are configured and set up to reduce the latency, prevent transactions from impact by other workloads and other related effects.

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