Sometimes—you must learn things the hard way. DataStax Jonathan Ellis summarizes his Distributed Data Day speech, in which he explains, among other things, why the customer is always right, and why it takes more than five years to build a database.
By Jonathan Ellis, CTO and Co-founder, September 25, 2018
We felt confident that the performance work our engineers put into DataStax Enterprise 6 (DSE 6) was going to push our solution’s speed into overdrive, but it’s nice when a very experienced independent source confirms it. We were excited when zData wanted to benchmark the work our team had done against open source Cassandra, and were even more thrilled to see that the results they obtained exceeded our own goals we’d set for the effort.
By Robin Schumacher, SVP and Chief Product Officer, June 27, 2018
Since the Open Database Connectivity (ODBC) is such a prolific framework to enable Business Intelligence (BI) tools, DataStax provides a set of ODBC drivers to enable these use cases. While the decision to support the API was an easy product decision, what hasn’t always been easy is how to use the different drivers among the systems for the various BI and ETL tasks. This blog post provides a detailed explanation of the use of ODBC drivers in DataStax.
By Nick Panahi, Sr. Product Manager, Server, June 26, 2018
DataStax OpsCenter is the key piece to the tricky management puzzle, helping to surface critical issues and solving others that you couldn’t see with just open source Apache Cassandra. From being notified of best practices, automating backups, or quickly understanding the health of your deployment, OpsCenter makes management and monitoring push-button simple.
By Manikandan Srinivasan, Sr. Director, Products, May 22, 2018
With DataStax Enterprise 6, we unveiled some of the most critical performance enhancements ever. It’s not just about speed, either; we’ve made DSE more efficient and resilient to meet the most demanding workloads.
By Marc Selwan, PM, DataStax Enterprise Core, April 19, 2018