During a conversation I was having the other day with an industry analyst about NoSQL, he asked me why Oracle RAC couldn’t be used for many of the customer applications that use DataStax Enterprise, which is built on Cassandra.
In 2002, jaw-dropping accounting scandals involving huge corporations, such as Enron, WorldCom, and Tyco, shattered investor confidence; the fallout would eventually have far-reaching implications for NoSQL databases.
Here at DataStax, open source and community is our bread and butter – where collaboration and transparency power the next wave of innovation.
80% Good looking and 36 years old – Filming with Orbeus, a DataStax Enterprise Startup Program Member
Last week I had the privilege of spending a day with the super smart folks at Orbeus, a company focused on facial, scene and object recognition.
The agenda for this year’s Cassandra Summit is now available and we couldn’t be more excited.
Mobile technology has fundamentally transformed the way people engage with each other and businesses – giving them untethered access to anything they want in today’s hyper-connected world.
In a recent post, Jonathan Ellis, CTO and DataStax Co-founder, talked about how modern applications are far more demanding than back in the 80′s and how Apache Cassandra can help organizations build applications with best-of-breed consistency and availability.
If you have been following DataStax and Google Compute Engine, you will know that we have been working closely together to integrate and optimize our respective technologies.