DataStax and HP’s joint database management solution is designed to deliver an average saving in the total cost of ownership in large-scale complex deployments of up to two-thirds.
DataStax has partnered with HP to bring Apache Cassandra to HP’s low-power Moonshot servers in a joint enterprise database management solution focused on efficiency and scale.
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.
Apache Cassandra outperformed the most recent versions of other leading NoSQL databases in both throughput and latency in the scale-out tests in a NoSQL database benchmark conducted by End Point.
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.
DataStax EVP of Engineering Martin Van Ryswyk comments on the need for security as a key to making Apache Spark enterprise-ready.