I’m pleased to announce the DataStax Sandbox, which is a virtual machine (VM) image that contains a Linux-based bundle of DataStax software – DataStax Enterprise (DSE), OpsCenter, DevCenter, and a number of easy to use utilities – that’s designed to make it simple for you to get up to speed quickly with DataStax software.
With DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 4.0, we’ve included a new in-memory option for Cassandra that helps bring all the benefits of Cassandra that you appreciate (e.g.
Today, we announced our latest versions of DataStax Enterprise (DSE) and OpsCenter with compelling enhancements in performance, enterprise search, and easier manageability.
An interesting article recently appeared in the Wall Street Journal that described a couple of studies conducted by Thomas Davenport, a professor at Babson college, on why large modern businesses are using big data software from software vendors vs.
A major iceberg that sits waiting to crash into many data-driven online applications is running out of capacity. Sometimes it happens during an initial app launch (e.g.
We’re pleased to announce the immediate availability of DataStax Enterprise 3.2 and DataStax OpsCenter 4.0; both are available for download now.
IDC’s recent study on Enterprise Hadoop deployments revealed an interesting side fact: NoSQL databases are beginning to motor past RDBMS MPP/columnar databases in usage.
We just passed the sad anniversary of superstorm Sandy, which devastated many lives and businesses one year ago. Watching news interviews with those who recount their experience with the storm leaves you with a very sobering feeling indeed.
Sometimes in life you get what you pay for, but other times you’re able to get a lot for free. Especially when you come to DataStax.