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DataStax Releases Major Update to the Industry’s Leading Distributed Cloud Database

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by Angela Guess

According to a new press release, “DataStax, powering the Right-Now Enterprise with the always-on, distributed cloud database built on Apache Cassandra™, today announced the immediate availability of DataStax Enterprise 6 (DSE 6). DSE 6 allows customers to maintain hybrid cloud flexibility with all the benefits of a distributed cloud database on any public cloud or on-premises. DSE 6 includes all the advantages of Apache Cassandra and much more with none of the complexities, delivering easy enterprise-wide adoption at scale. DSE 6 builds on its already superior performance for both reads and writes, which is critical for high-volume data ingestion requirements. Double the performance of Apache Cassandra, DSE 6 delivers twice the responsiveness and the ability to handle twice the throughput on the same infrastructure.”

The release goes on, “Today, enterprises require customer-focused, real-time, always-on cloud applications. Customers expect great service and a seamlessly integrated experience ‘right now’. DataStax Enterprise drives those applications via a comprehensive data layer that includes a multi-model database with graph, search, and analytics —all with a unified security model. Right-Now Economy applications demand the highest responsiveness, no matter the surge in users or workloads. DSE 6 Advanced Performance outpaces open source Apache Cassandra with half the latency for superior application responsiveness and twice the throughput for read and write operations. Right-Now Economy applications must be operationally simple to manage so that teams can focus on innovation. DSE 6 enables even novice DBAs and DevOps personnel to manage operations like seasoned professionals.”

Read more at Business Wire.

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