Relational databases had their day and still have their uses, but cloud applications are making them very hard to rely on alone. This blog post explains why.
I am pleased to announce the general availability of DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 5.1 as of April 18th, 2017. We are especially excited about this release for DSE Search which is built on top of the best distribution of Apache Cassandra™.
Learn about the latest in DSE 5.1, OpsCenter 6.1, and Studio 2.0. There is plenty for everyone, with the first ever graph-based search, improved performance to the best distribution of Apache Cassandra™, and so much more.
The field of graph computing is unique in that not only is it applied to querying structured data in a manner analogous to the database domain, but also, graphs can be subjected to an ever growing set of statistical algorithms developed in the disciplines of graph theory and network science.
“DataStax announced DataStax Enterprise 5.1, as well as a new strategy to help enterprises design and implement customer experience applications, called DataStax CX Data Solution.
Blueprints was not feeling well… He wheeled himself into Apache TinkerPop™ Medical Center for treatment. Upon entering the world class facility, Rexster, the emergency room clerk, brought Blueprints a personal information request form affixed to a clipboard.
We’re excited about a number of recent reports issued by Gartner that recognize DataStax in the operational database management market. If you haven’t seen them yet, let me give you a quick overview of the results and get you up to speed.
Aeris Communications uses Apache Cassandra to manage IoT at scale.