Netflix stores 95 percent of its data, including the entire viewing history of all 36 million members, in Cassandra. Netflix migrated from Oracle to DataStax and Cassandra because it provided the globally distributed data model Netflix needed and the flexibility to create and manage data clusters quickly.
eBay uses DataStax Enterprise to help quantify the social data eBay displays on its product pages. The Cassandra distribution in DataStax Enterprise stores all the information needed to provide counts for ‘like’, ‘own’ and ‘want’ data on eBay product pages.
Clear Capital is the premium provider of data and solutions for residential and commercial real estate asset valuation and collateral risk assessment for large financial services companies. Clear Capital’s combination of progressive technology, high caliber in-house staff, and a well-trained network of more than 40,000 field experts sets new standards for accurate and well documented valuation data and assessments.
Constant Contact uses DataStax Enterprise for content storage and activity tracking as they power more than 10,000 one-to-one interactions between small business and customers daily. With DSE, Constant Contact has seen ongoing savings in IT costs while providing 5-10 times greater performance.
Healthx develops communication and data integration portals for the healthcare industry. DataStax Enterprise powers the text search process for Healthx’s provider directory system, which allows people to search for a new doctor based on geography, speciality, language and other criteria.
The ING Group is a multinational banking and financial services corporation headquartered in Amsterdam. Its primary businesses are retail banking, direct banking, commercial banking, investment banking, asset management, and insurance services.
Internet Identity (IID) protects customers against being exploited, hacked or having their property stolen online. IID uses DataStax Enterprise to filter through a massive feed of data and uncover suspicious activity occurring within their customers’ IP ranges.
Mint Bills (formerly known as Check) is a top-rated, award-winning mobile app that takes the work and worrying out of paying bills for more than 11 million U.S. consumers. The Mint Bills application stays on top of people’s bills and money, eliminating missed payments, overdrafts, and late fees. Launched in 2008, Mint Bills was one of the initial 500 apps released on the first generation iPhone.
Ooyala provides a suite of services that help content owners manage, analyze and monetize digital videos. Ooyala uses DataStax Enterprise to respond efficiently to significant spikes in incoming data levels and escalating storage demands, and to develop new data analytics products.
Pantheon Systems provides a cloud-based web development platform for websites made with the open-source CMS, Drupal. DataStax Enterprise stores all of their data, including images, MP3 files and other assets, in Apache Cassandra™.
Penn Mutual is a life insurance and annuities company that has operated since 1847. When it comes to innovation, the insurance brick and mortar is driving a wave of IT innovation to break away from the pack. Learn how Penn Mutual simplifies storage and access to 150 years of data with DataStax Enterprise.
Riptide IO provides integrated enterprise applications for smart buildings and uses DataStax Enterprise to store data from thousands of touch points to track temperature, water levels, energy expenditure and other information.
SpringCM is a cloud-based enterprise document-centric workflow platform. SpringCM deployed HP Moonshot technology to speed innovation and simplify scaling in its DataStax Enterprise distributed database platform.
Surescripts delivers comprehensive patient information to the point of care, including nearly 11 billion transactions annually, with a stringent requirement to allow no more than 1.5 hours of downtime per year. After switching to DataStax Enterprise, Surescripts experienced greater linear scalability, advanced security, increased operational efficiency, and more.
Mobile innovation leader Synchronoss uses DataStax Enterprise to store and retrieve media metadata, SMS and MMS data. Synchronoss chose DataStax to provide a reliable and scalable solution as they undergo significant growth.
Third Iris provides camera surveillance as a service and uses DataStax Enterprise plus OpsCenter as a reliable database for storing all the metadata of their video footage, which writes data up to 1,000 times more often than it reads.
UBS AG is a global financial services company with its headquarters in Switzerland. The company provides investment banking, asset management, and wealth management services for private, corporate, and institutional clients worldwide.
Australia Post has delivered mail and parcels across the country for more than 200 years. Now, they use DataStax Enterprise for their real-time application and geographic redundancy as they digitize mail for businesses and individuals.
Cablevision is the eighth-largest cable provider in the United States.
W. W. Grainger, Inc. is a Fortune 500 industrial supply company founded in 1927 in Chicago. Grainger’s catalog includes such offerings as motors, lighting, material handling, fasteners, plumbing, tools, and safety supplies.
GrubHub is an online food ordering company with 20,000 delivery and takeout restaurants in 500+ cities.
NEC Enterprise Business Unit
With their focus on Solutions for Society, NEC’s goal is to lead the advancement of the world‘s social infrastructure by leveraging ICT and new business models.
Newegg is a leading online consumer electronics retailer offering more than three million products to its customers.
As a leading transportation provider, Norfolk Southern operates 20,000 route miles in 22 states and D.C., supports international trade with service to every major Eastern seaport, 10 river ports, and nine lake ports, and operates the most extensive intermodal network in the East.
NVIDIA is a visual computing company whose work of the art and science of computer graphics has led to thousands of patented inventions, breakthrough technologies, deep industry relationships and a globally recognized brand.
Pearson is a British multinational publishing and education company headquartered in London. It is the largest education company and the largest book publisher in the world. They rely on DataStax Enterprise as its distributed database to store their extensive catalog of online courses, ensuring 100% uptime and optimal performance for their users.
Priceline.com helps users obtain discount rates for travel-related purchases such as airline tickets and hotel stays, and uses DataStax Enterprise to improve the performance and scalability of their customer-facing applications.
Travelocity is the sixth-largest travel agency in the United States and the second-largest online travel agency, uses DataStax Enterprise to store hotel prices for their online application.