The digital landscape is changing at a rate no one would have imagined. Today’s digitally empowered and geographically distributed customers are radically connected, hyper-informed, and always on. To survive and thrive in this customer-centric, data-driven economy, enterprises need to rethink the technology infrastructure on which they are building and deploying mission-critical cloud applications and move to a modern, distributed database platform, built for the hybrid cloud. In doing so, enterprises can make data the centerpiece of their organization, build real-time value at epic scale, and innovate with ease and speed.
DataStax delivers the always-on, active everywhere distributed hybrid cloud database built on Apache Cassandra™. The foundation for personalized, real-time applications at scale, DataStax Enterprise makes it easy for enterprises to exploit hybrid and multi-cloud environments via a seamless data layer that eliminates the issues that typically come with deploying applications across multiple on-premises data centers and/or multiple public clouds. DataStax Enterprise, a unified data layer of database, search, and analytics is the only hybrid cloud data management layer that allows enterprises to meet the contextual, always-on, real-time, distributed and scalable requirements of Right-Now Economy applications.
CARDS: DSE is the only database that can power Contextual, Always-on, Real-time, Distributed, and Scalable applications.
Data Autonomy: Clients can retain control of data and manage it anywhere (i.e., public cloud, private cloud, on-premises, hybrid cloud, or multi-cloud).
Cassandra Roots: DataStax is built on the best-distribution of Apache Cassandra™ with a unique masterless architecture for 100% uptime and twice the performance of open source, as well as simplified operations management.
Multi-Model: DataStax supports tabular, key-value, JSON, and graph (by the team that created Apache Tinkerpop™).
Unified Data Layer: DataStax provides a unified layer of the database, search, and analytics that can be fully managed by DataStax or self-managed.
Best-in-class Customer Experience
Knowing the customer is on top of the mind for every industry, especially in the Financial, Banking, and Insurance sectors. Delivering value to customers, maintaining relationships, and proactively addressing their needs is paramount to succeeding in this highly competitive vertical. Organizations can deliver highly customized experiences to customers using Customer 360 insights with DataStax Enterprise.
Customer 360 is more than just “knowing the customer”; it’s integrating key data sources to produce real-time insights that create loyalty and genuine bonding with brand and enterprise. C360 is an art that demands five key characteristics from the way clients integrate and store their data. It provides Real-Time Visibility, Tailored Customer Experiences, and a Holistic, 360-DegreeView.
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DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra™
As Apache Cassandra adoption grows within organizations, so could the challenges involved with using, maintaining, and supporting the technology. This can add considerable cost, complexity, and administrative burden. DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra™ addresses these challenges by streamlining operations and controlling costs for all Cassandra workloads. Clients will have access to best-in-class, 100% open source compatible Cassandra software, as well as support and services from the experts that authored the majority of the Cassandra code.
Meet the Leader
Billy Bosworth, Chief Executive Officer: Billy joined DataStax as CEO in May 2011 and propelled the company’s growth from sub-$1M in revenue and 25 employees to more than $100 million in revenue and over 500 employees today. He championed the company’s early years as the leading contributor of code and expertise to open source,Apache Cassandra.
Before joining DataStax, Billy spent six years at Quest Software, where his most recent role was VP and GM of the database business unit. Under his leadership, the industry-leading Quest database business grew from supporting traditional relational databases to a portfolio that included tools for cloud, NoSQL, columnar, and Hadoop databases, as well as business intelligence offerings. Prior to Quest, Billy spent a large portion of a career as a software engineer, ultimately moving into product management at Embarcadero Technologies.
He holds a bachelor of science in computer science from the University of Louisville where he was also a scholarship football player for the Cardinals.