I’ve been privileged to work at DataStax for nearly five years, and over that time, we’ve delivered numerous software releases, which contained exciting innovations that were “firsts” in the NoSQL database market.
Coming from a background in relational databases, Cassandra was my first in depth experience with NoSQL. It’s been an interesting transition.
This year, the Cassandra Summit is September 7-9th, but a much more important deadline is looming. The Call For Papers closes June 1st and the Cassandra Community would love to hear from you.
We are very excited to announce the availability of an updated DataStax Enterprise (DSE) test drive experience available on the Microsoft Azure Cloud platform.
2015 has been an exciting year for the DataStax Academy team and all of our users. While you’ve all been busy learning about Apache Cassandra™ and DataStax Enterprise through our self-paced online training, we’ve been busy working on a complete revamp of the DataStax Academy educational platform.
DataStax: Hello Marcus. Thanks a lot for your time today! Could you please tell us about BidTheatre, its mission and your role there?
DataStax: Hello Antonios, many thanks for the opportunity of this interview. Could you please tell us a bit about IDAspis, what exactly you offer and your role there?
This month Gartner published a new report entitled, “Assessment of DataStax Enterprise With Cassandra” that performed an assessment of DataStax Enterprise (DSE) against “must-have” criteria for tabular NoSQL databases (such as advanced security features and built-in analytics).