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.
This blog examines the demands today’s cloud applications put on enterprises needing to comply with the GDPR, especially around EU citizens’ rights as ‘data subjects’ whose data is held by a company or organization.
Today we are making DataStax-built images widely available for non-production use by hosting them in Docker Hub. We want the images to be as easy for you to use as they are for our internal teams. Read on to learn more and how to access.
By Kathryn Erickson, Director of Strategic Partnerships at DataStax; Donnie Roberson, Senior Software Engineer, Partners
We’re pleased to introduce you to the great new features we’re rolling out with DataStax Enterprise (DSE) Graph 6. DSE Graph is tightly integrated as an optional component within DSE, providing a unique experience where graph, search, transactional analytics, management, and developer tools are provided through the industry's best distributed cloud database designed for hybrid cloud.
By Jonathan Lacefield, Director of Customer Experience and Graph Solutions at DataStax, May 24, 2018
DataStax OpsCenter is the key piece to the tricky management puzzle, helping to surface critical issues and solving others that you couldn’t see with just open source Apache Cassandra. From being notified of best practices, automating backups, or quickly understanding the health of your deployment, OpsCenter makes management and monitoring push-button simple.
By Manikandan Srinivasan, Sr. Director, Products, May 22, 2018
In the most recent major DSE release, we took what was already the best distribution of Apache Cassandra and made it faster, more resilient, and more intuitive to operate. In this DataStax Drivers blog post, we will give you the client-side scoop on what’s been added to facilitate interacting with DSE 6.
By Chris Splinter, PM - Developer Solutions, May 17, 2018
With DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 6 we have introduced AlwaysOn SQL, a new, highly-available, secure SQL service for analytical queries. This service will allow BI, ETL, and other tools to connect via the standard ODBC and JDBC protocols to analyze data in DSE, including tabular data from the database, graph data from DSE Graph, and files stored in DSEFS.
By Brian Hess, Senior Product Manager for Analytics, May 3, 2018