Welcome to the DataStax Blog. Here you can find perspectives about our company, our latest product offerings, insights from customers about how they're succeeding with our massively scalable big data platform, and business insights about big data topics of interest.

CES is no longer really about the gadgets — it’s about the technology behind the gadgets, or perhaps more accurately, inside them and around them.

By Billy Bosworth, CEO

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Introducing DSE Analytics Solo

Read this blog post to learn about DSE Analytics Solo, a new DataStax offering for better analytics processing of data stored in DataStax Enterprise.

By Brian Hess, February 5, 2018

DataStax and Oracle: Making “The Moment” Possible

Combining DataStax technology with Oracle will undoubtedly further enhance our ability to be the power behind the moment for enterprises.

By Cathleen Nelson, Sr. Manager Cloud Business Development, January 30, 2018

How Customer Experience Will Change in 2018

Customer experience came into its own in 2017, but 2018 will be an even bigger year for CX. Read this to learn what’s coming for customer experience in 2018.

By David Waugh, January 10, 2018

DataStax Now Offering Docker Images for Development

Today we are taking the first step towards providing supported Docker images for all components of the DataStax Enterprise (DSE) data platform. We’ll be delivering these in phases, with the first being aimed at supporting developers in evaluation environments only. You can now find the following three DataStax images, all supported for non-production environments, in the Docker Hub and Docker Store:

By Kathryn Erickson, November 16, 2017

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