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.
DataStax EVP of Field Operations talks about updates about DataStax, the in-memory movement, and the launch of the DataStax partner network.
DataStax’s partnerships with Google, GoGrid and large-enterprise consultants such as Accenture suggests that these partners’ customers are running or interested in running Cassandra (and other NoSQL data stores) and are asking for support.
Open-source NoSQL databases such as Apache Cassandra are (and will be) key enablers of the Internet of Things.
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