Fastforward to last month and we see the stability issues fade away as Apache Cassandra reaches a major milestone in version 1.0.
Providing effective business analytics tools and technologies to the enterprise is a top priority of CIOs and for good reason.
Calxeda, which has been talking about ARM servers for quite some time, made it official today.
Burlingame, Calif-based start-up DataStax will hire up to 20 new employees over the next year after raising $11 million in financing from Crosslink Capital and backer Lightspeed Venture Partners.
Cloud computing will help him manage that data with technologies that include distributed database management system Apache Cassandra, which was initially developed for Facebook, and cloud data platform MapReduce.
Another attractive attribute of Cassandra and other open source products is their low cost, as they’re designed to scale out on commodity hardware.”There’s an order-of-magnitude difference in the speed, performance, and cost of deploying conventional relational databases and Cassandra,” said Billy Bosworth, CEO at Cassandra enterprise support and system monitoring and management software provider DataStax.
Apache has announced the release of Cassandra 1.0.0, the first major milestone of the distributed column-based data store coming with data compression and several performance improvements and optimizations.
Jonathan Ellis, vice president of the Apache Software Foundation (ASF) Cassandra project, is reported to have announced that the NoSQL database is now ready for “mere mortals.