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I was watching the session while driving, so could not ask in real time. The use-case for the distributed counter is very similar to web-analytics: handling thousands of different metrics calculated from different incoming requests almost real-time. In other words, if I wanted to build a web-analytics in J2EE, what would be the ideal stack? Would Cassandra's JAVA driver actually play nice with j2EE? Any opinion on the answer in ?

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