Today, Microsoft announced at their TechEd conference in Barcelona that DataStax Enterprise (DSE) is now Microsoft Azure Certified.
Gartner Inc., the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company recently named DataStax a Visionary in its 2014 Magic Quadrant for Operational Database Management Systems, which is considered to be the definitive source for competitive database comparisons in the industry.
Millions of people, objects and ‘things’ connecting with each other is changing the way organizations and consumers interact with each other and the environment around them.
Here at DataStax, our team is dedicated to improve the overall experience of our customers who use DataStax Enterprise powered by Apache Cassandra™ as the distributed database of choice for their business applications.
Good news for folks in Europe: If you missed our summit in San Francisco and want to meet Jonathan Ellis delivering his keynote in person, we have the Cassandra Summit Europe 2014, the largest Cassandra conference in Europe, tailored and delivered just for you!
Hey Vendors…Do You Know Us At All? You should. Through our online behavior, we’ve been telling you our preferences, budget, goals, and life situation for years.
When I first joined DataStax about 3 years ago, most of the technical crowd I talked to on the customer side were developers and architects who were implementing cutting-edge systems.
Say ‘Hello’ to a good night’s sleep – What you need to know about AWS Reboot with Cassandra’s Multi-data Center Replication
For a lot of engineers and DBAs, the last couple of days (and nights) were a nightmare come true: Amazon Web Services was updating an “urgent patch” to many EC2 hosts, starting September 26 and continuing through September 30.
While the cover story of Time Magazine’s September 22nd edition, entitled “Never Offline”, focused on the announcement of Apple’s watch, it was hard to miss the underlying theme of how far wearables and other Internet-of-things (IOT) applications have taken us where constantly having access to the data that powers our lives is concerned.