DataStax Enterprise 4.5 Unveiled

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At the rercent Spark Summit 2014, DataStax, a leading distributed database management system that delivers Apache Cassandra to the enterprise, announced the general availability of DataStax Enterprise 4.5 (DSE 4.5).

DataStax and Databricks Partner to Deliver Up to 100x Faster Analytics

DataStax, the company that delivers Apache Cassandra to the enterprise, recently announced a partnership with Databricks, the company founded by the creators of Apache Spark. As the database industry’s first partnership to integrate Spark and Cassandra, DataStax and Databricks will deliver significantly faster analytics to users of both open source technologies and enable today’s most progressive businesses to deliver highly personalized online customer experiences.

GoGrid Announces New Collaborations for Rapid Deployment of Big Data Technologies

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GoGrid, a leading player in Open Data Services (ODS), has announced new partnerships with key Big Data technology providers –Clustrix and Couchbase – to provide companies with the fastest and easiest way to evaluate and run their applications in a cloud purpose-built for Big Data.

Interview: Caserta Brings New Business Insights via Data Intelligence

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“Caserta Concepts is a leading big data innovation and implementation services organization. Among our areas of specialization is the development of solutions to meet the volume and variety of data and overall speed demands of the financial services sector.”

DataStax Adds In-Memory Option to Cassandra Database for 100x Speed-Up

DataStax today announced DataStax Enterprise 4.0, the latest version of its always-on database platform based on Apache Cassandra. DataStax Enterprise 4.0 introduces a powerful new in-memory option and enterprise search enhancements for significantly faster performance in use cases where companies must process data at the speed of business.

DataStax Announces Partner Network Program with Accenture, Google Cloud Platform

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DataStax, the company that powers the online applications that transform business, today announced its partner program designed to increase adoption of DataStax Enterprise, the Apache Cassandra-based database used by more than 400 companies including more than 20 in the Fortune
100. The DataStax Partner Network (DSPN) is built around business collaborations with Solution, Application, Infrastructure and Ecosystem partners such as platinum members Accenture and Google Cloud Platform, as well as many others.

Video: Searching for a Needle in a Big Data Haystack

In this video fromt the 2013 Cassandra Summit, Jason Rutherglen, Senior Big Data Engineer at DataStax presents: Searching for a Needle in a Big Data Haystack. The presentation demonstrates how Solr may be used to create real-time analytics applications. In addition, Datastax Enterprise 3.0 will be showcased, which offers Solr version 4.0 with a number […]

Video: Big Data Security with DataStax and Gazzang

In this slidecast, panelists describe how software-based data security can help you protect the sensitive and confidential information in your online transactional business applications while remaining in compliance. Speakers Greg Greenstreet, VP of Engineering for Gnip Robin Shumacher, VP of Products for DataStax Sam Heywood, VP of Products for Gazzang

Cassandra: A Foundation for Real-time Big Data Applications at Reltio

In this video, Manish Sood from Reltio presents: Cassandra: A Foundation for Real-time Big Data Applications at Reltio. Reltio provides the world’s largest enterprise customers with real-time Big Data Applications that help business users understand markets, drive revenue and reduce risk through actionable, real-time and predictive insights integrated into applications and dashboards. These applications require the […]

Video: Cassandra Performance and Scalability on AWS

In this video, Adrian Cockcroft from Netflix presents: Cassandra Performance and Scalability on AWS. Netflix published a Cassandra scalability benchmark in 2011 that showed linear scalability as the number of nodes in the cluster was increased from 48 to 288 and over a million triple replicated writes per second. This talk will summarize a range […]