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  • Major Gaming Console Player Reinvents "Social Gameplay" With DSE

    One of the largest and most well-known electronics and gaming companies in the world wanted to enhance its gaming console experience that requires real-time applications running in multi- and hybrid cloud environments. Download this case study to find out how they found a platform that could support both multi-cloud and on-premise deployments.

  • Reconnecting with the Apache Cassandra Community

    In this white paper, discover how DataStax reconnects with the Apache Cassandra community with 2 recent releases: its latest open source distribution of Cassandra and the latest update to its commercial DataStax Enterprise offering.

  • Powering Growth and Innovation in a Hybrid Cloud World

    In this e-book, find out why having a data management strategy for hybrid cloud is a critical business need today.

  • The Untold Story of Apache Cassandra

    Download this white paper to see how the Co-Founders of DataStax, Ellis and Pfeil evolved from scrappy, Open-Source contender to industry standard by creating Apache Cassandra.

  • DataStax Enterprise 6: Distributed Cloud Database Powering the Right-now Enterprise

    Companies must look to modernize their enterprise applications to address the demands of the end-user, while also providing IT with a secure and cost-effective way to increase resiliency, and scalability. In this analyst report from ESG, discover which attributes organizations are looking for in an underlying system and infrastructure database.

  • DataStax Enterprise and Microsoft Azure

    As enterprises move towards adopting modern applications and achieving data autonomy, the data layer and cloud infrastructure they run on can make a huge impact. In this white paper, learn about why DataStax and Azure combine to make the ideal data layers for contextual, always on, real-time, distributed, and scalable applications.

  • Aligning GDPR Requirements with Today's Hybrid Cloud Realities

    As high-profile companies start getting hit with GDPR fines, it is important to continuously ensure your organization remains compliant. As your organizations' IT environment becomes increasingly hybrid in nature, GDPR should be reevaluated. In this white paper, learn more about key capabilities in enabling GDPR compliance in hybrid environments.

  • How to Manage Always-On, Always-Connected Data in a Hybrid Cloud World

    Today, enterprises use a range of data management technologies. These systems are often uncoordinated with each other and fail to provide a means for users to find the data they need. In this IDC white paper, explore DSE 6 from Datastax, and see if their data management system can meet the demands of your digital business transformation.

  • Enabling Data Autonomy for a Modern, Real-time Enterprise

    Hybrid or multi-cloud database frameworks are becoming more common and there's good reason for this, but with too much cloud reliance comes the risk of brand lock-in. Read this white paper to learn how an always active database solution can help keep your mass pools of data your own.

  • The Power of an Active Everywhere Database

    A RDBMS just doesn't support the same level of scalability as a DDBMS, and if you want your company to expand – then you need to be prepared for your future data management needs. Read this white paper to learn why your RDBMS can't scale in the same ways a DDBMS can.

  • Introduction to the Active Everywhere Database

    Modern data as a result of digital transformation comes in rapidly and unstructured, and requires a DBMS that can hold up to this strain. Read this white paper for a more detailed explanation of the improvements a DDBMS can have on your unstructured data management.

  • Patrick McFadin, DataStax | AWS re:Invent 2018

    Data should be accessible to those who can make use of it. Watch this video to learn why hybrid and multi-cloud database structures are becoming more and more common, and decide if you should be making the switch too.

  • Product Announcement: DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra

    In this podcast, you will learn more about the key value propositions of DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra (DDAC), who will benefit from it, and what DataStax is doing to help developers of the Apache Cassandra community grow and thrive in their careers.

  • DataStax Presents: Getting the Most Out of Cassandra with Jeff Carpenter

    Watch this presentation for an in-depth discussion on how to get the most from the open source distributed database Apache Cassandra.

  • Making 24/7 Healthcare Advice a Reality

    In this short case study, learn how a healthcare consultation service ensured continuous application availability at scale while simultaneously deploying a highly-secure and integrated cloud data layer – revolutionizing their customer experience delivery without having to make any tough choices.

  • What is Apache Cassandra?

    There are certain capabilities of a distributed database that relational and other NoSQL databases cannot compete with in a modern business setting. Read this resource for an explanation of the benefits of Apache Cassandra for both developers and administrators.

  • Why Multi-Cloud Databases are the Future

    Along with the flexibility of hybrid cloud and multi-cloud databases comes the need for a supporting data management strategy. A multi-cloud data management platform can be the solution. Read this white paper to learn all the benefits of a multi-cloud data management platform and if it can help your organization.

  • The 3 Places Enterprises Go Wrong With Hybrid Cloud

    Flip through this article to find out the three most common ways enterprises go wrong when shifting to a hybrid cloud strategy – and how your enterprise can take caution.

  • Why Your Hybrid Cloud Strategy is Not Enough

    In this article, find out why enterprises should recognize the need for a hybrid database strategy focused on connecting distributed data sources inside a hybrid IT environment, including cloud, on-prem, and even third-party data – and why ignoring it can leave a lasting business impact.

  • Hybrid Cloud Data Management 101: Challenges and Benefits

    In this clip, learn how to avoid heavily-siloed hybrid and multi-cloud databases, and get tips for keeping your business data unified and accessible across clouds, on-premises infrastructure, and geographic locations.

  • What is Hybrid Cloud and is it Just Hype?

    Listen in to take a deep dive into the real world definitions and use cases of hybrid cloud, including examples from companies like Macy's and eBay, who each rely on a hybrid cloud strategy to ground their competitive edge inside the retail space.

  • Why Your Enterprise Needs a Cloud Strategy

    In this 15 minute podcast, hear cloud expert David Waugh discuss the current state of hybrid cloud strategies and dive deeper into the distinctions between hybrid cloud deployments and hybrid databases.

  • Data Management Strategy for Hybrid Cloud: Enterprise Data Layer

    What does your data management strategy for your hybrid cloud architecture look like? Watch this short video to learn how DataStax Enterprise Data Layer can help keep your architecture scalable with accelerated time-to-value.

  • 5 Ways to Break Down Data Silos

    It's very common for data silos to pile up and create large collections of generally inaccessible data, but there are 5 simple steps you can take to break down the prevalence of data silos in your business. Read this resource for a detailed explanation of all 5.

  • How to Make Sense of Your Hybrid Cloud Architecture

    Keep reading to learn how enterprises are working around the unfortunate data siloes that hybrid architectures encourage with an enterprise data layer – a highly distributed, consistent layer that can live on top of all cloud and on-prem components.

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