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A bit has changed since we first announced our new application for DataStax Astra, Cassandra as a service hosted on the cloud. In our first blog post, we walked you through how our program allows you to import data into Astra, how to set up a Node or Python API that will allow you to communicate with your Astra database and how to run unit tests test to ensure that you are connected properly. Since then, we’ve added a read and write functionality to our APIs as well as user interface admin that will allow you to visualize your Astra database. Let’s take a look at what is new with Cassandra.API.Continue reading
Rahul Singh, CEO, and Co-founder at Anant, recently co-hosted a virtual workshop as a part of the Datastax Developer Workshop series on building a REST API with Cassandra on DataStax Astra using python and node.
DataStax Astra is a cloud-native database-as-a-service built on Apache Cassandra.Continue reading
Earlier this year, DataStax announced DataStax Astra: A Cassandra Database SaaS that provides the ability to develop and deploy data-driven applications with a cloud-native service, without the hassles of database and infrastructure administration. We had been looking forward to the launch of this service since we first heard about it, when it was initially called DataStax Constellation. Over the past month and a half, we’ve been working on a program that would allow anyone to get up and running on Astra in as little time as possible. In this blog post, we’re going to go over how our program allows you to import data into Astra, how to set up a Node or Python API that will allow you to communicate with your Astra database and how to run our curl/postman test to ensure that you are connected properly.Continue reading
Rahul Singh, CEO and Co-founder at Anant, recently gave a webinar on building a REST API with Cassandra on DataStax Astra using python and node.Continue reading