DataStax, distributed database management system that delivers Apache Cassandra to the enterprise, recently announced the general availability of DataStax Enterprise 4.5 (DSE 4.5).
Datastax Enterprise is the commercial distribution of Apache Cassandra, a column-family NoSQL database developed by Facebook and probably best known for powering Netflix.
At the rercent Spark Summit 2014, DataStax, a leading distributed database management system that delivers Apache Cassandra to the enterprise, announced the general availability of DataStax Enterprise 4.5 (DSE 4.5).
The NoSQL set is led by 10Gen, Amazon, CouchBase, DataStax and Neo Technologies.
DataStax is an interesting company to watch and one to keep an eye on.
Looking to combine the best real-time attributes of NoSQL databases, DataStax this week unveiled a DataStax Enterprise 4.5 database platform that combines Cassandra with the Apache Spark in-memory computing engine.
DataStax Spark support may grab headlines, but a bring-your-own-Hadoop connector in DataStax Enterprise 4.5 deserves equal billing.
DataStax says the latest version of its Apache Cassandra NoSQL database puts the focus on analytics, offering for the first time in-memory processing via the Apache Spark open-source engine.