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DataStax Enterprise

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DataStax Enterprise

By DataStax

Certified enterprise ready

Built on Apache Cassandra™, DataStax Enterprise is hardened by the largest internet apps, proven by the Fortune 100, and supports more NoSQL workloads - from Graph to Search and Analytics.

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DataStax Enterprise accelerates cloud-native and bare-metal performance, supports more workload types from graph to search and analytics, and improves user productivity with Kubernetes and APIs. DataStax Enterprise enables enterprises to build transformational data architectures for applications, microservices and experiences that require data sovereignty, availability, scale, and accessibility by any user.

Zero Downtime

Built on Apache Cassandra’s active-everywhere architecture for 24x7x365 availability.

Cloud-Native Data Platform

Native Kubernetes support to tame the complexity of development, operations, and deployment.

Global Scale

Put your data where you need it without compromising performance, availability or accessibility.

Zero Lock-In

Freedom of choice to deploy anywhere, on any platform (on-premise, cloud and K8s)

Stargate APIs

Work natively with Document (JSON), REST and GraphQL APIs

Operational Reliability

Enterprise-grade security, monitoring, and support, hardened by the Fortune 100

Pricing summary

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Use Cassandra, Graph, Search and Analytics

Full security controls

Bring your own license

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Reviews

Read what others are saying about this product in our review section.

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  • ER

    Executive Sponsor in Retail

    Review source: Invitation from G2 on behalf of a seller or affiliate
    Review source: Invitation from G2 on behalf of a seller or affiliate
    Not ratedJan 29, 2020

    "Good experience, very good product"

    What do you like best?

    The quality of the product is really good, it really goes beyond the open source Apache Cassandra.

    What do you dislike?

    The quality of the support, from time to time we had issues lasting for more than a year (sic), or every time we had to explain our setup to the support representative as they had no clue about our company and our background.

    Recommendations to others considering the product:

    They have a good product and a huge experience with multiple different customers from different business domains. They are also offering now a flavor based on the open source version that might help people or organizations with specific needs, or afraid of lock-in, which is great.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    We manage to provide a platform as a service to multiple different development teams. DataStax came into the play because no one had the knowledge on distributed databases at scale so their participation was paramount to the kickoff of the project.

  • AN

    Administrator in Computer Networking

    Review source: Invitation from G2 on behalf of a seller or affiliate
    Review source: Invitation from G2 on behalf of a seller or affiliate
    Not ratedJan 28, 2020

    "DataStax Power Cisco"

    What do you like best?

    1. High Availbility 2. Performance 3. Easy Install and Configured 4. Other Component like Spark,Solr and Graph 5. Easy to manage and save man hours 6. Support 7. Friendly behaviour by DataStax team

    What do you dislike?

    1. Integration with other Apache product 2. Add more query related features in cassandra work load. 3. Enhance Inc Backup kayespace/Column family level 4. More Webinar and marketing like other Competator doing.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    1. day to day Production issue 2. Data Modeling 3. Architecture walk through 4. Prformance 5. Corruptions 6. Patches and Bugs

  • Daniel L.

    Daniel L.

    Senior Ad Ops Specialist at Warner Bros. Entertainment

    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Not ratedApr 16, 2019

    "Review for DataStax"

    What do you like best?

    Our data was decentralized. It has therefore become indispensable to implement a customer master data management solution to deploy a consolidated vision of our clients in one single point.

    What do you dislike?

    Beneath the covers, the Cassandra data storage layer is basically a key-value storage system. This means that you must "model" your data around the queries you want to surface, rather than around the structure of the data itself. This can lead to storing the data multiple times in different ways to be able to satisfy the requirements of your application.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    The write volume it can handle. It is able to handle such a large volume of writes by first writing to an in-memory data structure, then to an append-only log.

  • UE

    User in Entertainment

    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Not ratedApr 16, 2019

    "DATASTAX IS GREAT!"

    What do you like best?

    DATASTAX is an amazing tool for enhancing training and organization throughout our company. It's helped us integrate departments and employees which has helped us all improve greatly especially in terms of scalability.

    What do you dislike?

    Datastax is a bit expensive especially for smaller companies who are budget conscious. I also which the processes could be sped up a bit. There is also a learning curve to Datastax which I believe requires someone well versed to get through and teach to others.

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    We are using DataStax to train new and existing employees. We also use DataStax to improve our management systems.

  • CS

    Consultant in Information Technology and Services

    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Review source: Invitation from G2
    Not ratedApr 16, 2019

    "Great for Cassandra implementations"

    What do you like best?

    Best in class Distribution of Apache Cassandra addresses challenges involving adoption, maintainability and support by streamlining operations and control costs for all your Apache Cassandra workloads.

    What do you dislike?

    Need the complete enterprise version for advanced database features, security and analytics,. Do not use for use cases that requires a relational DB and ACID transactions

    Recommendations to others considering the product:

    You may need this if you want a enterprise version of Cassandra implementation to leverage full potential

    What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

    Implementation of globally distributed, linearly scalable for high streaming data writes - for transaction logging, storing time series data, tracking etc.