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.
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DataStax Chief Customer Officer and Co-founder Matt Pfeil comments on the importance of rich data.
DataStax Chief Customer Officer and Co-founder Matt Pfeil comments on the difference between big data and rich data.
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DataStax Chief Customer Officer and Co-founder Matt Pfeil discusses the origins of the company, Apache Cassandra and predictions on where the market is heading.
DataStax Chief Evangelist Patrick McFadin comments on various big data technologies and how getting value from enterprise data isn’t as simple as many like to think.