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Monthly Archives: July 2019


Anant’s Business & Technology Roadmap

In this post, we are going to be sharing our business roadmap to show you the vision we have for our company in the years to come. It covers the various areas of expertise where we currently engage in and where we would like to go from here.

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Building an Enterprise Search Engine

Earlier in the summer, we published a post titled “Building a Search Engine”. It focused on the key aspect of what a typical search engine, like Google or Yahoo, is comprised of. In this post, we’re going to look at what it takes to build a search engine, specifically for your business enterprise.

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3 Useful Apache Cassandra Tools

Apache Cassandra is a free and open-source NoSQL database management system that is designed to handle large amounts of data with no single point of failure. In this post, I’m going to highlight 3 different tools that make life easier when using Apache Cassandra.

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Cassandra.Link – v0.4

‚ÄčOur team is passionate about Realtime Business Platforms, especially ones we help build using our standard framework of Cassandra, Spark, and Kafka. We built this site because we needed a site like it. One place to know what’s going in the Apache Cassandra community from all the different viewpoints. Since there are now different commercially backed variants of Apache Cassandra such as Datastax, DDACS, Scylla, Yugabyte, Elassandra, and Microsoft’s CosmosDB, we felt that out of self-interest none of those folks were going to come together to make a resource like the one we craved.

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What is DataStax?

DataStax is a database platform, that uses Apache Cassandra, which is built for the performance and availability demands of Web, Mobile, and IoT applications. It gives enterprises a secure always-on database that remains operationally simple when scaled in a single datacenter or across multiple data centers and clouds.

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