DataStax today announced DataStax Enterprise 4.0, the latest version of its always-on database platform based on Apache Cassandra.
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.
DataStax is continuing its campaign against Oracle with DataStax Enterprise 4.0, a new version of its flagship Cassandra distro that presents a potentially more affordable alternative to the database giant’s in-memory option.
SSD storage is fast, but in-memory computing is even faster. And DataStax, which builds a NoSQL database based on open source Apache Cassandra, thinks in-memory processing is a crucial innovation for bringing Big Data performance to a new level, as the release of its DataStax Enterprise 4.0 platform makes clear.
DataStax, the company feeding Apache Cassandra to the enterprise masses (400 customers to be precise, 25% of those Fortune 100 companies), announced the GA release of DataStax Enterprise 4.0 today
Alliances with Accenture and Google unveiled this week by DataStax prove Apache Cassandra’s growing stature in the enterprise, according to DataStax’s CEO.
For the first interview of Day Three of BigDataSV Conference in Santa Clara, California, John Furrier and Jeff Frick welcomed John Schweitzer to theCUBE.
Although it didn’t seem so on the surface, the handful of partnerships that NoSQL startup DataStax announced on Tuesday around the Cassandra database is actually quite telling.
DataStax, the company that powers the online applications that transform business, today announced its partner program designed to increase adoption of DataStax Enterprise, the Apache Cassandra-based database used by more than 400 companies including more than 20 in the Fortune 100.