A recent article in InfoWorld contained some pretty interesting statistics about the rise and growth of multi-data centers. In their latest poll of data center managers, the Uptime Institute discovered that 80 percent of respondents have built a new data center or upgraded an existing facility within the past five years.
A short while back I was sitting in a half-day Hadoop tutorial at a conference. After the first block of teaching material had been covered, the instructor paused and asked if there were any questions.
Just a quick note to let you know that you can now download and run both DataStax Enterprise Edition and DataStax Community Edition on your 32-bit Linux machines.
This article is one in a series of quick-hit interviews with companies using Apache Cassandra for key parts of their business.
This article is one in a series of quick-hit interviews with companies using Cassandra for key parts of their business. For this interview, we caught up with Raj Chohan, Ph.D.
I gave a presentation at the GigaOM Structure event in New York last week that attracted a larger audience than I expected, so I thought I’d post the presentation for viewing.
As we announced yesterday, our DataStax Enterprise 2.0 server is now ready for download!
Here at DataStax we’re (naturally!) jazzed about this release because it provides a number of very exciting new features including:
Enterprise search with Apache Solr!
By Robin Schumacher | March 21, 2012
When I’m at conferences, I always have the same conversation. People come up to me who are excited about and sold on using Cassandra, but they want to migrate part or all of a particular RDBMS to Cassandra and they don’t know how to go about it.
I’ve had the conversation many times. Many, many times. At conferences, user group meetings, etc., plenty of people will come up to me who are sold on using Cassandra and/or Hadoop, but they want to easily move and perhaps transform data from their legacy systems (e.g.