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What’s in a Moment?

Today marks a milestone in the history of DataStax. We have grown up solving massive data challenges for our customers. We have proven that DataStax can tackle cutting-edge technical apps in a variety of industries.

By Billy Bosworth, February 17, 2017

Birdzi Provides Digital Shopper Engagement with DataStax Enterprise

This post is one in a series of quick-hit interviews with companies using Apache Cassandra™ and/or DataStax Enterprise (DSE) for key parts of their business. For this interview, we talked with Ashish Shrowty, Head of Data Engineering at Birdzi.

By Diego Ferreira, January 10, 2017

The Business of Open Source Software (OSS)

Will there ever be another Red Hat (NYSE: RHT)? What is the impact of the public cloud on OSS? These are the kinds of questions that every OSS company must answer. As a leading commercial OSS company, DataStax is a catalyst in the industry. Read on to learn more about our business model.

By Billy Bosworth, December 1, 2016

Announcing DataStax Managed Cloud

Today, we’re announcing a new initiative that will radically reduce the learning curve so that you can focus on your development efforts that drive business value - DataStax Managed Cloud, our new cloud-based managed service.

By Matt Kennedy, November 15, 2016

Tectonic Changes Now Hitting Main Street

Cloud Applications place demands on the database that shatter the paradigm on which the entire database market was built over the last 30 years. The old market never envisioned a world where everyone, everywhere, was accessing their data all the time with zero patience for slow responses.

By Billy Bosworth, November 15, 2016

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