The recently announced DataStax OpsCenter 5.1 provides visual Backup and Restore service management to simplify management of DataStax Enterprise deployments. This new service enables administrators to create, schedule and manage backups across all registered clusters.
According to Business Insider Intelligence estimates, connected-home device shipments will grow at a compound annual rate of 67% over the next five years, much faster than smartphone or tablet device growth, and hit 1.8 billion units shipped in 2019.
The huge success of Sony’s PlayStation 4 (PS4) helped Sony top global console sales. PS4 introduced several new features that excited the community of gamers, including PlayStation Now, a cloud-based gaming service that offers streaming video game content, LiveArea, where gamers can get more information about the game, their friends’ recent activities and profiles, the share button on the new controller which enables a view of in-game play streamed live from friends, and a new PS Plus that is the requirement of multi-player gaming on PS4, and gamers can interact with others for insights on new games.
Many of today’s online applications have outgrown the traditional and basic ACID (atomic, consistent, isolated, durable) transaction of the relational era and have broadened it so that it can (1) be used across a widely distributed system and; (2) be more of an ‘interaction’ where the transaction may include analysis that is real/near time and possibly even historical.
When it comes to a phenomenal customer experience, telecom providers don’t usually rise to the top of the list of services that would come to mind.
Yesterday we held our first Cassandra Day of the year at the Westin Bonaventure in LA, and what a great first event of the year it was!
We’re pleased to announce that DataStax OpsCenter 5.1 is now GA and available for download. OpsCenter 5.1 introduces several new key features that provide you with more options for protecting mission critical data.
One of the great things about open source software is also one of its shortcomings. On the one hand, no development or distribution model ensures faster time to market and ‘reach’ for software than open source.
We’re thrilled today to announce our acquisition of Aurelius, the company behind the distributed graph database Titan. We’re excited to have the very talented people at Aurelius who are passionate about graph now working with our DataStax team who are equally passionate about Cassandra.