Cassandra 4.1 promises dev guardrails and pluggable storage
Cassandra focuses on stability with the latest update.
Apache Cassandra 4.1 will be made available next week. The update comes more than a year after the 4.0 release. Apache Cassandra 4.1 promises pluggable schema management and new guardrails to help ops professionals keep devs in line.
Apac... Read more
DataStax and Intel collaborate on Apache Cassandra and Apache Pulsar
DataStax and Intel have established a collaborative partnership to enhance technology performance.
DataStax's collaboration with Intel revolves around the most recent Intel Xeon Scalable processors, the open-source Cassandra database and Apache Pulsar streaming technologies. The companies want t... Read more
‘7 out of 10 companies increase revenue by using real-time data’
Most organizations see the benefits of real-time data, but costs and complexity hold back adoption. A new research report by DataStax sheds light on the state of real-time data in business.
Real-time system monitoring solutions are commonplace today. The same can't be said for the early days of... Read more
DataStax delivers multi-cluster support for Apache Cassandra
The new operator provides a single control plane for simplified configuration, management and operations.
This week DataStax announced a new Operator for K8ssandra, the cloud-native, open-source distribution of Apache Cassandra on Kubernetes. The new K8ssandra Operator supports multiple Kubernet... Read more
Vulnerability in Apache Cassandra opens door for remote code execution
Security specialist JFrog warns of a bug in Apache Cassandra's Nashorn engine that allows remote code execution in affected systems.
Apache Cassandra is an open-source distributed NoSQL database management system for handling large amounts of data on standard servers. The system, originally deve... Read more