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By Marko A. Rodriguez - March 13, 2017

Blueprints was not feeling well… He wheeled himself into Apache TinkerPop™ Medical Center for treatment. Upon entering the world class facility, Rexster, the emergency room clerk, brought Blueprints a personal information request form affixed to a clipboard.

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Reflections on Latest Gartner Group Reports

By Robin Schumacher - October 18, 2016

We’re excited about a number of recent reports issued by Gartner that recognize DataStax in the operational database management market. If you haven’t seen them yet, let me give you a quick overview of the results and get you up to speed.

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Putting some structure in the storage engine

By Sylvain Lebresne - December 9, 2015

One of the change made in Apache Cassandra 3.0 is a relatively important refactor of the storage engine. I say refactor because the basics have not changed: data is still inserted in a memtable which get flushed over time to a sstable with compaction baby-sitting the set of sstables on disk, and reads uses both memtable and sstables to retrieve results.

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Oracle and the NoSQL Effect

By Robin Schumacher - June 19, 2015

Oracle’s recent fiscal Q4 miss, which boiled down to an eight percent license revenue shortfall was, “the largest we’ve seen in memory and is surprising,” said Citigroup’s Walter Pritchard.

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