I was surprised at how many news stories at the end of 2011 contained predictions that big data would be ‘big’ in 2012, and thought that the chorus of voices talking about big data would lessen a bit in the early part of this year.
Outside of politics and religion, nothing can get the blood rolling in tech folk’s bodies more than a healthy debate on the merits of operating systems, such as Linux vs.
Well, you asked and we’ve responded. You said you wanted OpsCenter on Mac on one of the polls we recently took, and now you’ve got your wish.
We’ve updated the DataStax Community Server to Apache Cassandra 1.0.7 and it’s now available for download on our community downloads page.
Earlier today Amazon announced DynamoDB, a hosted database for Amazon Web Services, which prompted several friends and colleagues of mine to ping me for my thoughts.
Having tackled the fundamentals of the peer-to-peer architecture in my last post, I now want to take a look at the section of this paragraph from our recent press release that touches on one of the most important aspects of running a mission-critical, big data system.
Indulge me in a little fun on this one. Did you hear the one about the world largest database company partnering with… umm….