Nearly five months after 0.7.0 arrived, the Apache Cassandra development team has released version 0.8.0 of its highly scalable, column-oriented, NoSQL database.
It used to be that open source was not “industrial” enough for the big jobs, now it is just the opposite
DataStax, the Burlingame, Calif.-based startup that sells commercial products and services on top of the NoSQL Cassandra database, has appointed database industry veteran Billy Bosworth as its new CEO.
This interview is part of my series of interviews on the evolving market for Data Management Platforms.
It’s spring, which means there’s a slew of new product releases, upgrades and announcements from integration vendors.
Planned Greenplum appliance will bridge structured and unstructured data, and it’s easy to see the industry’s top vendors will follow with their own all-purpose analytic platforms.
Not everyone is sure whether they have big data or not, or whether they need a NoSQL system to handle it.
DataStax, the commercial leader in Apache Cassandra, today released Brisk, a second-generation open source Hadoop distribution that the company says eliminates the key operational complexities with deploying and running Hadoop and Hive in production.
- Fighting Sepsis with Real-Time Analytics
- Out with the old… in with the new
- Why We Added In-Memory to Cassandra
- DataStax Enterprise 4.0 Gives in-Memory Option to Cassandra
- DataStax Brings In-Memory To NoSQL
- DataStax’s Cassandra Isn’t Just a NoSQL Database
- DataStax Adds In-Memory Option to Cassandra Database for 100x Speed-Up
- Apache Cassandra gets in-memory option with DataStax Enterprise 4.0
- DataStax adds in-memory option to Cassandra database
- DataStax Brings In-Memory Computing to NoSQL Cassandra