In a NoSQL database benchmark conducted by End Point, Apache Cassandra emerged as the top performer among leading NoSQL databases, both in throughput and latency.
DataStax announced DataStax Enterprise (DSE) on HP Moonshot, a joint database management solution that delivers breakthrough efficiency and scale.
“DataStax and HP have teamed up to offer a joint offering for big data processing using HP’s Moonshot server platform and the DataStax Enterprise software built on Apache Cassandra.
DataStax and HP’s joint database management solution is designed to deliver an average saving in the total cost of ownership in large-scale complex deployments of up to two-thirds.
DataStax has partnered with HP to bring Apache Cassandra to HP’s low-power Moonshot servers in a joint enterprise database management solution focused on efficiency and scale.
DataStax has teamed up with HP to deliver an enterprise-grade version of its software on HP Moonshot, the low-power, hyperscale servers.
DataStax is a five-year old database management company that has raised close to $190 million, with more than 500 large corporate customers including eBay, Netflix, and Target. DataStax has passed the 1,000-customer mark, including one-third of the Fortune 100, a milestone that influenced a key new alliance with HP. Under the new relationship, the two companies have created a scalable, purpose-built solution for big data applications that pairs DataStax Enterprise software with HP Moonshot high-end server hardware.
Apache Cassandra outperformed the most recent versions of other leading NoSQL databases in both throughput and latency in the scale-out tests in a NoSQL database benchmark conducted by End Point.