When Third Iris required a new database, DataStax gave the video surveillance as a service (VSaaS) firm, the scalability, training, and management tools to help them grow.
Google has cranked up some virtual machines on its Compute Engine infrastructure cloud and put the Cassandra NoSQL data store through the paces.
When Internet Identity’s legacy MySQL database couldn’t provide the global scale needed, DataStax Enterprise proved to be the right big data solution for the job.
Thanks to new big data techniques that can continuously monitor and analyze the interplay of more than 100 signs and potential symptoms of sepsis, hospitals are detecting the condition earlier, and saving both lives and money.
DataStax, which focuses on enterprise implementations of Apache Cassandra, has announced version 4 of its database platform, adding a powerful new in-memory option.
Apache Cassandra vendor DataStax joins Microsoft, Oracle, and others adding in-memory features to their database management systems.
Now that big data is becoming the norm, the next buzz in the world of computing will be, and, perhaps already is, NoSQL, referring to the “Not only SQL” databases that will empower the data driven enterprise.
DataStax today announced DataStax Enterprise 4.0, the latest version of its always-on database platform based on Apache Cassandra.
DataStax has added an in-memory computing feature in the latest version of its Apache Cassandra-based NoSQL database, as part of a drive to increase the performance of online applications.