These webinars are loaded with helpful background information and useful, hands-on insights into big data technologies and solutions, including DataStax Enterprise and its various components. From big-picture orientations to granular details, we’ve got you covered.
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Register today to learn how to satisfy your Security and Compliance office in this webinar offered by DataStax, the company that develops Apache Cassandra™, and Gazzang, provider of data security solutions for big data and cloud environments.
Learn how HealthCare Anytime learned to deal with the avalanche of patient records flying at its team everyday so it could achieve meaningful use-goals while reducing overhead.
A brief intro to how Barracuda Networks uses Cassandra and the ways in which they are replacing their MySQL infrastructure, with Cassandra. This presentation will include the lessons they’ve learned along the way during this migration.
Sure you can do some time series modeling. Maybe some user profiles. What’s going to make you a super modeler? Let’s take a look at some great techniques taken from real world applications where we exploit the Cassandra big table model to it’s fullest advantage.
Who says that big data doesn’t need a data model? You won’t after this webinar. Relational systems have always been built on the premise of modeling relationships. As you will see, static schema, one-to-one, many-to-many still have a place in Cassandra. From the familiar, we’ll go into the specific differences in Cassandra and tricks to make your application fast and resilient.
If you’re wondering what NoSQL is and if your business can benefit from NoSQL technology, join DataStax for the Webinar, “How to Tell if Your Business Needs NoSQL”. This to-the-point presentation will provide practical litmus tests to help you understand whether NoSQL is right for your use case, and supplies examples of NoSQL technology in action with leading businesses that demonstrate how and where NoSQL databases can have the greatest impact.
Join Aaron Morton, DataStax MVP for Apache Cassandra and learn the basics of the massively scalable NoSQL database. This webinar is 101 level and will examine C*’s architecture and its strengths for powering mission-critical applications. Aaron will introduce you to core concepts such as Cassandra’s data model, multi-datacenter replication, and tunable consistency. He’ll also cover new features in Cassandra version 1.2 including virtual nodes, CQL 3 language and query tracing.
At Comcast Silicon Valley we have developed a general purpose message bus for the cloud. The service is API compatible with Amazon’s SQS/SNS and is built on Cassandra and Redis with the goal of linear horizontal scalability. In this Webinar we will explore the architecture of the system and how we employ Cassandra as a central component to meet key requirements. We will also take a look at the latest performance numbers.
Join Patrick McFadin, Solution Architect at DataStax as he discusses what’s new in Apache Cassandra 1.2 – VNodes (Virtual Nodes), Collections and CQL3.
Apache Cassandra Project Chair, Jonathan Ellis, looks at all the great improvements in Cassandra 1.2, including Vnodes, Parallel Leveled Compaction, Collections, Atomic Batches and CQL3.
Find out how you can deploy an industrial-strength and cost-effective enterprise search platform that supports all your search needs.
Join Billy Bosworth, CEO of DataStax, as he examines how to assess where NoSQL is right for your business, what factors to consider when selecting a big data platform and much more.
Join Robin Schumacher, VP of Products for DataStax as he discusses the most important factors in assessing big data platforms.
Join experts from Forrester, SourceNinja, and DataStax as they reveal practical big data strategies and technologies that can give you a real edge over your business competitors.
Learn about the top five challenges companies are facing with NoSQL implementations and examine what history can teach us about successfully adopting new database technologies.
Find out what the tech giants are doing in the NoSQL market, where startups are leading the charge and about new opportunities for enterprising DBAs.