DataStax Collaborates With Microsoft

Date 2015/9/30 7:40:06 | Topic: Company News

DataStax, the company behind Apache Cassandra, has announced a strategic collaboration with Microsoft to deliver Internet of Things (IoT), Web and mobile applications in public, private or hybrid cloud environments. With DataStax Enterprise (DSE), a leading fully-distributed database platform, available on Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing platform, enterprises can quickly build high-performance applications that can massively scale and remain operationally simple across public and private clouds, with ease and at lightning speed.

To address the ever-increasing demands of modern businesses transitioning from on-premise to hybrid cloud environments, the DataStax Enterprise on Azure on-demand cloud database solution provides enterprises with both development and production ready Bring Your Own License (BYOL) DSE clusters that can be launched in minutes on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace using Azure Resource Management (ARM) Templates. This enables the building of high-performance IoT, Web and mobile applications that can predictably scale across global Azure data centers with ease and at remarkable speed.

 

Additional benefits include:
* Hybrid Deployment: Easily move DSE workloads between data centers, service providers and Azure, and build hybrid applications that leverage resources across all three.
* Simplicity: Easily manage, develop, deploy and monitor database clusters by eliminating data management complexities.
* Scalability: Quickly replicate online applications globally across multiple data centers into the cloud/hybrid cloud environment.
* Continuous Availability: DSE's peer-to-peer architecture offers no single point of failure. DSE also provides maximum flexibility to distribute data where it's needed most by replicating data across multiple data centers, the cloud and mixed cloud/on-premise environments.





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