BURLINGAME, Calif. - Feb. 1, 2011 – DataStax (formerly Riptano – www.datastax.com), the commercial leader in Apache Cassandra™, today announced DataStax OpsCenter for Apache Cassandra. DataStax OpsCenter is the first platform for managing, monitoring and operating enterprise Cassandra applications. With DataStax OpsCenter, Cassandra users now have the most advanced operations environment bundled with expert support for their real-time, high-volume, and low-latency applications.
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Riptano is the commercial company for Cassandra, a scalable and high performance open source database. Riptano offers software, support, and training for Cassandra. Capable of both online transactions and analytical workloads, Cassandra offers distribution of data across multiple data centers and incremental scalability with no single points of failure. Cassandra is the logical choice when reliability is needed without compromising performance. Riptano brings Cassandra to the enterprise. Investors include Lightspeed Venture Partners, Sequoia Capital, Rackspace Hosting Inc. and Jason Calacanis.
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Adrian Cockcroft of NetFlix proposed in a post last week the following use case:
Austin, Texas – October 27, 2010 – Riptano™ Incorporated announced today the closing of $2.7 million Series A financing. Lightspeed Venture Partners led the financing with participation from Sequoia Capital and private investor Jason Calacanis. Riptano is the company providing software, support and training for Apache Cassandra, which is an open source database developed through the combination of Amazon and Google technology.
What is Cassandra good for? Riptano, the professional development and support organization for Cassandra gives us an answer to that question in their latest blog post.
A new stability release of Cassandra was released yesterday (10/14). Version 0.6.6 does not contain any API changes but includes several improvements.
Riptano announced yesterday that they were teaming up with Digital Reasoning. The goal of the partnership
advance cloud-scale analytics solutions in commercial and government markets
Riptano, the commercial organization that provides support, training and professional services for the Cassandra database, has made documentation for the latest version of the database (0.6.5) available.
Riptano is looking for feedback on the documentation so if you have any let them know.
Check out the documentation here
If you are in the Palo Alto area on October 26th, I highly recommend that you try to make it to a NoSQL Evening hosted by Tim Anglade, founder of NoSQL Summer. It has a very impressive list of speakers and should be an exciting evening.
The topics will look back on the origins of the movement & its growing pains, discuss the current technological & business states, as well as look ahead to the opportunities for improvement & expansion.
Current Speaker list includes:
- InfiniteGraph: Darren Wood — Lead Architect
- Scality: Erik Julin — Architect
- Riptano: Jonathan Ellis — Founder
- GoGrid: Paul Lancaster
- 10gen: Roger Bodamer — SVP, Products and Engineering
- Basho: Andy Gross — Vice President of Engineering
- NorthScale: James Phillips — Co-Founder and Senior Vice President
- Cloudant: Mike Miller — Co-Founder and Chief Scientist
For more information and to RSVP go here
Lot's of excitement in the Cassandra world at the moment. Is it Cassandra's fault or not? It's almost like our own little soap opera. It's part of the reason I find this presentation to be very appropriate, Performance Tuning for Cassandra. This presentation is by Brandon Williams of Riptano the commercial support company for Cassandra and yes they've been actively involved with Digg for several months now preparing for the go-live.