DataStax, one of several young companies that are trying to take business away from Oracle, has raised $106 million as the need for larger, more flexible databases continues to grow.
DataStax, like a couple other of its NoSQL peers, has come a long way since it launched a few years ago.
DataStax, seeking to challenge Oracle, raised $106 million in a new financing round that values the company at more than $830 million.
DataStax, which helps companies deal with the vast troves of data scattered around the Internet, raised $106 million, further enabling it take on incumbents such as Oracle and Microsoft.
DataStax secured a heavy-duty $106 million funding round that puts it in a position to go public in the next two years.
DataStax, the commercial face of the open source Apache Cassandra database, announced $106 million in Series E Funding, bringing their total to date to over $190 million in funding.
Hulu has expanded its subscriber base using Apache Cassandra distributed database management technology to store and keep track of the viewing history of its users.
The new 4.5 release of DataStax Enterprise advances DataStax’s case that NoSQL is ready for enterprise applications.