DataStax customers and Apache Cassandra™ users are doing some pretty amazing things with big data. They’re breaking new ground in entertainment, healthcare, online retail, data storage, media, finance, cloud services, social media, open source software and many other exciting fields. Explore their stories and see the difference these organizations are making for their customers with the help of Cassandra and DataStax.
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Microsoft is improving the Office 365 experience for millions of customers with DataStax Enterprise on Azure. Now, administrators work with DataStax Enterprise to gain insight into user behavior. Results include better support for Microsoft’s fastest-selling product, and more satisfied, productive customers.
See how DataStax Enterprise helps Clear Capital deliver always-on appraisals with DataStax.
See how DataStax Enterprise helps Constant Contact serve very small businesses with a powerful and agile set of data-driven services that help them compete against larger competitors.
Coursera is an education platform that partners with top universities and organizations worldwide, to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. Coursera has a mission to provide users around the globe access to a world class education wherever they are, whenever they want it. Coursera currently offers some 700 classes on their platform to more than 9.9 million students around the world.
Discover how DataStax Enterprise helps eBay easily support critical use cases and applications that need both real-time and analytics capabilities.
Discover how Equinix has been able to unlock the value of streaming data that was impossible to even gather with relational systems.
FamilySearch is the largest genealogy organization in the world, helping people create new personal and family discoveries through access to historical records with a powerful and user-friendly online search experience. FamilySearch selected DataStax Enterprise to accelerate user growth and provide powerful online customer experiences with faster response times, high availability and no database downtime.
First Utility is the largest independent energy supplier in the UK, servicing more than one million households. Focused on disrupting the legacy, slow-changing utilities industry, First Utility wanted to develop a modern platform to support a disruptive energy startup through innovation and evolve a highly efficient business model to offer consistently market leading prices. First Utility selected DataStax Enterprise when it realized it needed a new platform that could store and manipulate large amounts of data for their My Energy and other applications.
Learn how Healthx used DataStax Enterprise to improve the text search process of its provider directory system.
Hulu is an online video service that offers a selection of hit TV shows, clips, movies and more on the free, ad-supported Hulu.com service, and the subscription service Hulu Plus. Hulu has more than 6 million paid subscribers and is accessible on over 400 million internet-connected devices including connected TVs and Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, set-top boxes, mobile phones, and more.
Learn how i2O Water is taking on the water crisis with Apache Cassandra
Learn how IHS Markit manages a digital catalog of 500M electronics components with DataStax Enterprise and Microsoft Azure
Learn how IID used DataStax Enterprise to mitigate around-the-clock cyber threat mitigation.
Learn how Krux used DataStax Enterprise to provide high availability and low latency in a scalable data store for their user data service.
Macquarie Bank uses DataStax Enterprise to help power its digital transformation across a variety of customer-focused channels. The company selected DataStax Enterprise due to its elastic linear scale, tunable consistency and peer-to-peer architecture. Spark was implemented to provide near real time stream processing, as well as in memory distributed computing capability with support for machine learning, and Solr for search and indexing.
See how DataStax Enterprise helps Mint Bills simplify personal finances.
Learn why Nexgate chose DataStax as the database backbone for their fraud detection solution that protects customer privacy across all major social networks.
Orbeus leverages DataStax Enterprise to handle on average 3 to 5 million photo and video posts per day with a data load of 300-500GBs of data per day that is stored and analyzed without impact to performance.
See how Ooyala is able to leverage data stored in DataStax Enterprise with Apache Cassandra to help their customers take a more strategic approach when delivering a digital video experience.
Learn how Pantheon Systems created a no-single-point-of-failure, distributable media storage system for all customers using its cloud-based web development platform for websites made with Drupal using Cassandra.
Learn how Penn Mutual simplifies storage and access to 150 years of data with DataStax Enterprise
Learn how ProtectWise is revolutionizing enterprise network security with the DataStax platform
Learn how Riptide IO minimizes operational costs and saves energy with DataStax.
Learn how SkillPages used DataStax Enterprise to scale its product using intelligent, market-tested approaches in order to quickly serve and process an enormous volume of data related to a user base experiencing explosive and ongoing growth.
Learn how Cassandra helps Spotify’s 40 million active users’ translate their mood into music by finding the right playlist for every moment.
SpringCM is a cloud-based enterprise document-centric workflow platform. SpringCM deployed HP Moonshot technology to speed innovation and simplify scaling in its DataStax Enterprise distributed database platform.
Learn how Synchronoss used DataStax Enterprise to to scale its cloud solution to accommodate high data throughput.
Learn how The Weather Channel counts on Apache Cassandra to process billions of requests per month without fear of downtime.
DataStax Customer Interviews:
The Five Minute Interview
What is the DataStax Five Minute Interview? It is a series of quick-hit interviews with experts from various companies using Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise for key parts of their business.