Browse reports about the database market from leading industry analyst firms such as Gartner, Forrester and 451 Research. Learn about the latest trends in cloud environments, emerging use cases and key technical attributes for database management systems.
A Gartner survey found that 80% of respondents using public cloud are using more than one cloud service provider. This report assesses the shift to multicloud architecture, challenges being faced by data and analytics leaders, and the growing need for database management technology that enables integration of data across multiple clouds.
InfoWorld’s Technology of the Year is one of the tech industry’s most storied and reputable awards, that’s why we are so proud to announce that DataStax Enterprise has been named a 2019 InfoWorld Technology of the Year, chosen for its ability to “run massively scalable global data infrastructure” with a masterless design.
What’s your biggest concern around data management in a hybrid cloud environment? Is it the same as your peers’ concerns at other enterprises around the globe? Now you can find out exactly how you stack up with others in your field in this Gatepoint Research Pulse Report - Approaches to Strategic Data Management.
Download this Impact Brief from industry analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates to learn more about the DataStax Distribution of Apache CassandraTM and the latest release of DataStax Enterprise.
DSE Graph, recently named a "Champion" in the 2019 Bloor Graph Database Market Update, "...provides a complete and effective means of addressing graph problems, regardless of whether they are transactional or analytical in nature," according to this companion Bloor InBrief Report that focuses on DSE Graph.
Analyst firm Ovum reports on DataStax's commitment to Apache Cassandra and two recent offerings: the DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra and DataStax Enterprise 6.7, which respectively provide enterprises with support on the core attributes of Cassandra and the advanced functionality of DataStax’s commercial enterprise database platform.
In this InfoWorld Insider article, editor Martin Heller, reviews Apache Cassandra—providing insights into why it is becoming one of the most popular databases around. In addition, he delves into DataStax Enterprise (DSE), an enterprise version of Cassandra, the additional features and capabilities that differentiate it from the open source project, and when it’s time to consider up leveling from Cassandra.
Today’s enterprises are focusing on data-driven initiatives for data-driven customers, suppliers, and partners. In this report, Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) delves into how the real-time capabilities and high performance of DataStax Enterprise 6 can encourage customer-focused service, drive operational simplicity, allow easy scalability, accelerate time to market, and give enterprises the luxury of quickly adapting to key market changes.
IDC, one of the world’s largest and best known industry analyst organizations, has published an IDC Vendor Spotlight highlighting DataStax and the pressing data management challenges facing enterprises today.
zData conducted a performance benchmark of DSE 6 v. open source Apache Cassandra. Read this report to learn the surprising results and understand how and why DSE 6 outperforms Cassandra in reads and writes.
451 Research has profiled the latest version of DataStax Enterprise, DSE 6, putting our latest and biggest product release into the context of our own history and that of our competitors. Read this report to get the whole story.
Diversifying data sets, growing user bases, and ever-increasing data volumes are making data management challenging for today’s average enterprise. Read this report by Enterprise Strategy Group on the specific characteristics enterprises need to be looking for in their data management platform if they want to meet the demands of the Right-Now Economy.
This report by Ovum explains how DataStax Enterprise 6 adds essential value over open source Apache Cassandra™ via enterprise-grade capabilities and the tight integration of search, analytics, and graph for a cohesive and comprehensive solution made for the Right-Now Enterprise.
Modern-day enterprises need flexibility and adaptability at the data layer, and this means having data autonomy. But what’s the full description of “data autonomy” and what do you need to do to achieve it? This report by Enterprise Strategy Group, a leader in global IT market intelligence, delves into the relationship between data autonomy and modern organizations’ need to become more agile, scalable, and resilient while retaining complete control of their data.
Whether it’s for instant customer analytics, fraud detection, or risk assessment, you need highly connected, actionable, real-time data. Read this Forrester report to learn why creating powerful connections with significant amounts of heterogeneous data requires a graph approach, and how the graph database vendor landscape is changing.
Companies across industries are having a tough time getting their customer experience engines running. Read this DataStax benchmark report for an overview of the issues they’re dealing with and the key technology concerns around crafting top-notch customer experience initiatives.
Real-time personalization has become the new customer experience buzzword, but very few companies are actually doing real-time personalization correctly. Read this Forrester thought leadership paper for insights on how companies are struggling to provide great customer experiences and why real-time data is so important in this endeavor.
Distributed databases have become critical for enterprises to succeed in the big data era by allowing them to overcome challenges around complex datastructures, data silos, data availability, and data growth.
DataStax has always been a major contributor to Apache Cassandra, but, while the company plans to keep contributing to the open source community, it is focusing its efforts on customers and DataStax Enterprise. Read this report to learn 451’s take on our new strategy, how it may affect the NoSQL landscape, and what it means for our customers.