Dealing with response times in Apache Cassandra can be tricky. In this article, Instaclustr’s Alex Lourie looks at speculative queries and three use cases where the potential benefits are hard to ignore.
Developers run the world – but how well-paid are they for that? Today, we are digging into the 2019 Dice Tech Salary Report to find out which technologies are the highest earners, job satisfaction among developers and more.
No need to reinvent the wheel – Apache Cassandra has just released its own LDAP authenticator for integration into this popular NoSQL database. Kurt Greaves explains how developers can implement this open source plug-in for their own projects.
Apache Cassandra is turning 10! It’s become a top-level Apache Software Foundation project as a database used by thousands of developers ever since it debuted a decade ago, To celebrate, we’re testing your knowledge of this popular database.
Materialised views, a new storage engine and more – Apache Cassandra project chair Jonathan Ellis takes us on a tour of the highlights in the latest Cassandra release. Cassandra has grown from a crowd of early-adopting users into the market majority.
It’s the battle of the databases – Apache Cassandra comes out on top in both throughput and latency tests. Other popular NoSQL names like HBase, Couchbase and MongoDB all faltered somewhere along the line.
Commercial Apache Cassandra is here with souped up search capabilities, and a new solution to help with pesky attention deficit online customers.
The company behind the enterprise-grade version of the NoSQL database target European expansion and further product growth in relational war.
From March’s issue of JAX Magazine, DataStax CEO Billy Bosworth discusses Apache Cassandra, MongoDB market share and why NoSQL no longer means ‘no security’.
Datastaxs recent $25m round of funding should see the non-relational database flourish in a Big Data platform. Can it become the non-relational weapon of choice for developers?
Last week’s Cassandra Summit 2012 wasn’t only a celebration of the massively scalable database’s success but an indication of its future plans
One second is all you need to kill the Internet it seems
Already gaining heavyweight admirers for its linear scalability, the Apache Foundation releases the next iteration of its NoSQL powerhouse database
The Hector Java client for Apache Cassandra, swaps Cassandra’s Thrift API for a new higher level API.