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.
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.
Learn why DataStax received the top score in two of the four key use cases identified for Operational DBMS.
Learn why Forrester named Datastax a leader, due to their key features cited - including fault tolerance, scale-out architecture, low-latency data access, and simplified administration, as well as additional features such as analytics, search, monitoring, in-memory, and security to support mission-critical applications.
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.
Blazing-fast performance for both transactions and analytics is the goal of an emerging database category that Forrester calls translytical databases. Powered by in-memory technology and scale-out architecture, this new class of database is designed to support both transactions and analytics.
The company, which is known for providing enterprise support around the open source NoSQL Cassandra database, has added graph to its lineup, driving further into multi-model territory. Graph is starting to catch on, so how will this move impact DataStax’s bottom line?