For Twitter, making sense of its mountains of user data was big enough of a problem that it purchased another company just to help get the job done.
Apache open-source software distributors Pentaho and DataStax announced Tuesday that they have integrated their software to simplify the task of getting data into and out of the Cassandra NoSQL database.
Today Pentaho, a BI software maker, announced that it’s working on a joint solution with DataStax, the first commercial distributor of the Cassandra Hadoop connector.
This BeyeNETWORK spotlight features Ron Powell’s interview with Billy Bosworth, CEO of DataStax.
Amazon Web Services has launched DynamoDB, a fully managed NoSQL database service that provides extremely fast and predictable performance with seamless scalability.
DataStax, a commercial distributor of the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database is reflecting on the past year.
Cassandra in the NoSQL movement has not enjoyed the hype of let’s say…Mongo, but I view that as a good thing.
During the recent round of NoSQL Road Show events it has emerged that this description could be taken to suggest that NewSQL products are able to provide consistency, availability and partition tolerance and therefore contravene the common understanding of CAP Theorem that “a distributed system can satisfy any two of these guarantees at the same time, but not all three.”