DataStax is named one of the 2015 Bay Area’s Best Places to Work.
“DataStax, built on the open source, NoSQL database Apache Cassandra, is taking aim at incumbent enterprise infrastructure firms by packaging and servicing the enterprise use of the Cassandra project.
DataStax is mentioned in an article about the various methods of extracting value from data and the best infrastructure to house and manage data and quotes Matt Pfeil talking about cost savings associated with combining commodity hardware and open source.
DataStax, the company that delivers Apache Cassandra to the enterprise, has achieved tremendous groth over the past five years and announced a new partnership with HP.
DataStax is one of 25 companies included in Forbes’ list of “The Next Billion Dollar Startups.”
DataStax announced that its NoSQL database, DataStax Enterprise, is now available on Moonshot servers, a new architecture for servers developed by HP.
In a NoSQL database benchmark conducted by End Point, Apache Cassandra emerged as the top performer among leading NoSQL databases, both in throughput and latency.
DataStax announced DataStax Enterprise (DSE) on HP Moonshot, a joint database management solution that delivers breakthrough efficiency and scale.
“DataStax and HP have teamed up to offer a joint offering for big data processing using HP’s Moonshot server platform and the DataStax Enterprise software built on Apache Cassandra.