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DataStax Enterprise Reference Architecture

Requirements of modern applications are progressing rapidly as businesses generate exponentially more data each year where end-users demand instant access independent of location. In addition, it is becoming increasingly important to search and gain insights from application data such as user recommendations and website traffic. As a result, decision makers face tremendous pressure to choose the right set of database tools and configuration to deliver these requirements in a cost efficient manner. DataStax Enterprise (DSE) addresses requirements of modern, online applications with its tightly integrated big data platform built on Apache Cassandra™ with enterprise search, analytics and in-memory capabilities.

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DataStax Enterprise – Powered by Apache Cassandra

DataStax Enterprise (DSE), built on Apache Cassandra™, delivers what modern businesses need to compete in today’s high-speed, always-on data economy. Within-memory computing capabilities, enterprise-level security, fast and powerful built-in analytics and enterprise search, visual management, and expert support, DataStax Enterprise is the best database choice for online applications that require fast performance with no downtime.

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eBay

eBay is the world’s largest online marketplace, enabling the buying and selling of practically anything. Founded in 1995, eBay connects a diverse and passionate community of individual buyers and sellers, as well as small businesses. eBay’s collective impact on ecommerce is staggering: In 2012, the total value of goods sold on eBay was $75.4 billion. eBay currently serves over 112 million active users and 400+ million items for sale.

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Apache Cassandra™ Backgrounder

Apache Cassandra™, an Apache Software Foundation project, is an open-source NoSQL distributed database management system. Cassandra is designed to handle Big Data workloads across multiple data centers with no single point of failure, providing enterprises with extremely high database performance and availability. Cassandra was initially developed at Facebook, and is used by companies such as Twitter, Netflix, and Cisco.

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Netflix

With its streaming service rapidly gaining popularity with its members, Netflix’s choice of Cassandra is helping the company meet heavy demand for highly available data.

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