Release candidate 2.6.0rc1 of the DataStax Python Driver for Apache Cassandra is out! We are providing a release candidate ahead of general availability in order to support integration and testing of new features found in Cassandra 2.2 beta, while allowing us to incorporate any late updates that may happen ahead of GA. The driver GA release will closely follow that of the server.
DataStax is proud to announce the immediate availability of DataStax Community Edition (DSC) 2.2.0!
DSC 2.2.0 has been uploaded to the public repositories and is available for download from PlanetCassandra.
In our previous blog on database security, we outlined the need for enterprise grade security to manage DataStax Enterprise clusters and our support for LDAP and Active Directory.
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We are pleased to announce the 2.1 beta release of the C/C++ driver for Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise. This release includes a majority of client-side features required to take advantage of Apache Cassandra 2.1 and DataStax Enterprise 4.7.