Big data analytics represents a fundamental part of the modern enterprise’s business strategy.
Industry analyst Curt Monash mentions DataStax as a company breaking new ground with big data technology.
DataStax partnered with Databricks, the company founded by the creators of Apache Spark, to build a supported, open source integration between the two platforms.
Snippets from employee ratings give an idea of where you can ride this technology trend—and have fun, too.
DataStax is the company behind the open source database Cassandra, which powers companies from eBay Spotify and Netflix through to water utility software company i20 Water and sports e-commerce house Wiggle in the UK.
DataStax joins Microsoft, Oracle, and others adding in-memory features to their database management systems.
DataStax has added an in-memory computing feature in the latest version of its Apache Cassandra-based NoSQL database, as part of a drive to increase the performance of online applications.
Alliances with Accenture and Google unveiled by DataStax prove Apache Cassandra’s growing stature in the enterprise.