Cassandra Summit 2015 is coming; unlike Winter in Game of Thrones we guarantee it is coming soon, as in this September.
Recently we had the opportunity to speak with Itamar Maltz, CTO at qDatum, from Germany. qDatum is a platform for data providers and consumers to share raw and aggregate data.
Hold on to your hats, or your now considered “vintage” DataStax T-Shirts! Big changes are on the horizon for the look and feel of DataStax and it’s all starting with this freshly branded T-Shirt.
Deploying a search solution in today’s Mobile, Web and IoT applications is a necessity. Some organizations may decide to implement a dedicated search system to answer their users’ needs.
So your boss needs some persuading to agree to send you to the Cassandra Summit. And the fact that it will be the largest NoSQL conference on the planet with 3,500+ attendees is not convincing enough.
When we announced DataStax Enterprise 4.7 in May, we gave you a sneak peek at what was coming in OpsCenter 5.2.
We have just launched a new program called the “Fast Start on Microsoft Azure”. This provides a completely free cloud environment to try out DataStax Enterprise (DSE) software on the Microsoft Azure cloud.
Much like Nick Fury assembling the Avengers to take on the daunting, yet enjoyable task, of saving the earth from imminent destruction, so too we at DataStax assemble the ‘Speaking Committee’ to review abstracts and to save you from boring content.
Introduction DataStax Enterprise (DSE) Search 4.7 delivers a fault-tolerant, massively scalable search solution on top of Apache Cassandra. DSE Search caters to organizations using log, text, social and geospatial information for their lines of business.