Remember your dumb setup TV box? It was not that long ago before you switched to a more interactive and integrated TV experience.
On April 15th, Robert Thanh Parker, CEO and Founder at Rekko posted a message to Rekko’s Facebook page about his team working incredibly hard on both refactoring their code and architecting and optimizing Rekko’s infrastructure over Cassandra.
As you can imagine, we get questions all the time from technology professionals (business and pure tech) about how to make the move from an RDBMS to a NoSQL solution like Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise.
This article is one in a series of quick-hit interviews with companies using Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise for key parts of their business.
The Apache Software Foundation recently announced a significant milestone: Apache Cassandra – the always-on, massively scalable open source NoSQL database – just turned five years old!
DataStax is both an open source and commercial software company. This means we help drive open source software like Apache Cassandra and also supply modern businesses with enterprise-grade NoSQL database solutions like DataStax Enterprise.
Twitter took the wraps off their new Manhattan NoSQL database this morning. The design goals are very similar to Cassandra’s, but tailored for Twitter’s workloads and needs.
Today’s applications need to look beyond relational Modern applications are far more demanding than their grandparents in the 90s. Whether it’s Netflix delivering shows to you every night, or Outbrain providing contextual story placement every time you read a news article online, or OpenWave delivering five nines for your email and SMS, modern business is always on, and downtime is unacceptable.
I’m pleased to announce the DataStax Sandbox, which is a virtual machine (VM) image that contains a Linux-based bundle of DataStax software – DataStax Enterprise (DSE), OpsCenter, DevCenter, and a number of easy to use utilities – that’s designed to make it simple for you to get up to speed quickly with DataStax software.