Responsible for all Legal Matters as Company Undergoes Significant Revenue, International, Channel and Headcount Expansion San Mateo, Calif., Jan.
Technology Veteran Brings High Growth Expertise to Leading NoSQL Database Provider San Mateo, Calif., Jan.
Results Demonstrated Strong Operational Stability, Robustness During Reboot, and Maximized Disk Performance San Mateo, Calif., Dec.
DataStax Announces First NoSQL Database with Automatic Management Services San Mateo, Calif., Nov.
Silicon Valley Veteran to Drive Next Phase of Financial Growth for DataStax San Mateo, Calif., Oct.
DataStax Announces New Startup Program Offering Free Software, as well as Free Training Courses for Cassandra Users and New Developer Tool
DataStax Startup Program lets startups deploy DataStax Enterprise (DSE) applications for free; gives small companies the tools they need to grow their business quickly Free online training courses teach users how to develop and administer big data applications with Apache Cassandra Newly released DevCenter tool enables developers and administrators to graphically create queries, database objects, and more with the Cassandra Query Language (CQL) Cassandra Summit Europe 2013, London, October 16, 2013 — DataStax, the company that powers the online applications that transform business, today announced three initiatives designed to help startups and developers grow their companies.
DataStax Announced Speaker Lineup for Cassandra Summit Europe – Expands Leading NoSQL Database Event Due to Demand
More than 40 presenters from companies including SoundCloud, Spotify, Sky, Barclays, Orange and Rackspace covering Apache Cassandra.
DataStax Raises $45 Million In Funding to Fuel International Expansion, Channel Growth, and Product Development
Builds upon customer momentum that includes 20 companies in the Fortune 100, as well as dozens of enterprises migrating from Oracle to Cassandra-based NoSQL solution.
DataStax Announces New Developer-Rich Versions of Its Enterprise-Grade and Community-Edition Database Software, Powered by Apache Cassandra
Latest software versions give developers more options and an easier transition from relational databases such as Oracle to NoSQL solutions.