Instaclustr, the leading managed Cassandra hosting provider, announced a seed round of $2 million in which DataStax was an investor.
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.