Connect every developer in the world to the power of Apache Cassandra™, with the freedom to run their data on any device and in any cloud
DataStax delivers the open, multi-cloud stack, purpose-built for modern data apps. We help organizations decrease total cost of ownership and accelerate their innovation speed. We’re huge believers in modern, cloud native technologies like Kubernetes; we are making Cassandra ready for millions of developers through simple APIs; and we are committed to delivering the industry’s first and only open, multi-cloud serverless database: DataStax Astra DB.
Our Core Values
Obsess over users and enterprises
Be an owner
Execute thoughtfully with speed
Cultivate diversity and inclusion
Join Our Team. DataStax Wants You!
DataStax gives enterprises and developers the freedom, simplicity, and true cloud economics to deploy massive data that powers rich interactions through modern apps. DataStax and Apache Cassandra enable over 90 percent of the Fortune 100 to create transformational outcomes with data.
We achieve this by bringing together diverse and driven teams — who live and embody our values. We’re looking for sharp, innovative individuals to join us on our mission to serve our enterprises and users.
How We Do It
Multi-cloud DBaaS Built on Apache Cassandra™Learn More
Multi-cloud Streaming-as-a-Service Built on Apache Pulsar™Learn More
Scale-Out NoSQL Database Built on Apache Cassandra™Learn More
Luna for Apache Cassandra™
Subscription-to-Success with Open-Source Apache Cassandra™Learn More
Subscription-to-Success with Open-Source Apache Pulsar™Learn More
Inspiring your team starts with defining the mission and keeping it at the center of everything you do.
Many developers today don’t want to spend time on building and maintaining infrastructure when they are tasked with – and measured on – building applications. Instead, they would like to treat their infrastructure in the same way as their apps.
DataStax famously has its roots in the 2008 open source release of the Apache Cassandra “NoSQL” database, which itself brought global scale database capabilities to companies seeking to overcome the growing limitations of their traditional relational databases
Apache Pulsar, an open source stream processing platform, arrived later on the scene than Apache Kafka, but it’s starting to see growth in its community, vendor support and use cases.