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This paper looks at why NoSQL technology like Apache Cassandra™ / Datastax Enterprise is quickly becoming the first and best database choice over Oracle for online applications, providing guidelines for when a legacy RDBMS like Oracle should be used and when NoSQL is required.
Version 2.0 of Apache Cassandra delivers more features and functionality for developers who are coming from relational databases (RDBMS’s), and reduces the amount of manual coding time needed for creating modern, data-driven applications.
This paper, written with a blend of information for the line-of-business manager and the IT professional, discusses the five key rules of great ecommerce and the changes they require in your database infrastructure.
DataStax Enterprise 3.1 continues to provide the most comprehensive security feature set of any NoSQL solution provider. This paper details the enhancements you’ll find in DataStax Enterprise Edition 3.1.
This paper provides a general enterprise implementation strategy for NoSQL by exploring the key reasons why enterprises are turning to NoSQL solutions and providing examples of how modern businesses are using the technology today.
Learn about HIPAA-HITECH, PCI-DSS, FERPA and European privacy regulations and how data security solutions for Apache Cassandra™ and DataStax Enterprise can help organizations successfully meet their most pressing compliance initiatives.
Explore the enhancements to version 3.0 of DataStax Enterprise Edition, which include comprehensive data security features and improved enterprise manageability.
Learn how End Point Corporation, a database and open source consulting company, benchmarked the top NoSQL databases – Apache Cassandra, Apache HBase, and MongoDB – using a variety of different workloads on AWS and see the results.
Learn about the six most common reasons NoSQL databases are being deployed today and how Apache Cassandra™ and DataStax Enterprise serve those use cases.
Get a solid grounding in why multiple data center databases are fast becoming the new norm for database operations, along with what characteristics a database must have to run simultaneously across many data centers and the cloud.
Learn about the new features contained within the 1.2 version of Cassandra, including enhancements in manageability, performance and development.
Get a high-level examination of the why’s and how’s of migrating from Oracle’s MySQL to more capable big data technologies, such as Apache Cassandra™ and Apache Hadoop™.
This paper surveys the emerging class of applications that require new data-management foundations and the technology implications of those requirements.
This paper examines the growing prevalence of big data across nearly every industry and explains why its effective use is critical for firms that want to compete in their chosen market.
Discover how DataStax Enterprise handles both real-time and analytic data and other big data challenges without the major compromises and costs associated with traditional RDBMS solutions.
Cut through the clutter of varying NoSQL solutions and examine essential characteristics successful enterprise deployments share in common.
Explore at a high-level how Apache Cassandra™ can be used to replace the problematic HDFS and the compelling benefits that accrue as a result.
Learn about Apache Cassandra, the NoSQL database designed for big data applications that require high performance, massive scale and continuous availability.
This paper provides a brief overview of the new additions and enhancements in Apache Cassandra 1.1.
Get an overview of the key characteristics required when moving data-intensive applications to the cloud and how Apache Cassandra stacks up to other database alternatives in that regard.
This paper gives new users an overview of Apache Cassandra, explores why and where it’s being used and describes key enhancements that appear in the 1.0 release.