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Announcing DSE OpsCenter 6.1

We're excited to announce DSE OpsCenter 6.1 which expands DataStax cluster operations management with enhanced repairs, backup & more!

By Manikandan Srinivasan, April 21, 2017

Announcing DataStax Managed Cloud

Today, we’re announcing a new initiative that will radically reduce the learning curve so that you can focus on your development efforts that drive business value - DataStax Managed Cloud, our new cloud-based managed service.

By Matt Kennedy, November 15, 2016

Getting Started with DSE Graph & My Favorite Lessons Learned

The 2016 Cassandra Summit was a fantastic event. One question that was raised several times throughout the event was “How do I get started with DSE Graph?” Read on to learn more and begin exploring DataStax Enterprise Graph.

By Jonathan Lacefield, September 28, 2016

Why Choosing the Right Data Model Matters

With the proliferation of database technology in recent years it has become increasingly difficult to choose the right technology for a particular application. Key-value store, wide-column or tabular store, document store, relational database, or graph database -- how do you make the right choice in this zoo of database systems?

By Matthias Broecheler, September 6, 2016

Deploy Datastax Enterprise on Google Cloud Platform in Less Than 3 Minutes

DataStax Enterprise (DSE) 5.0 is now available on Google Cloud Launcher. DSE is the database for cloud applications - applications that require real time value at epic scale. Running DSE in the cloud allows IT leaders to proactively meet business demands more quickly and effectively than with other technologies.

By Ben Lackey, September 4, 2016

Dear CXO – When Will What Happened to Delta Happen to You?

I tend to always fly Delta. I landed pretty late and got in under the wire just before Delta suffered a power outage that brought its global business to a halt. The downtime that originated in their Atlanta location affected every site in which Delta does business around the world. Such an event puts a very real and sobering face on the term “single point of failure”.

By Robin Schumacher, August 9, 2016

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