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 System Cassandra (Datastax)
  Db-Tools Ranking

Trend Rank   

Score : #4.23

Rank :  #50  Overall
       #24  Database
 Version 2.1
 Drawbacks Paid Version, License Fees, Support Fees
 Advantages DB Failover capability, Enterprise support available
 Website www.datastax.com
 XML Support Not Available.Generally not available in NOSQL DB. Well known RDBMS have this feature
 Name Cassandra (Datastax)
 Languages Supported C C# C++ Java Node.js PHP Python Ruby
 JSON Support yes
 Brief description DataStax was built on the open source NoSQL database Apache Cassandra. Cassandra was initially developed internally at Facebook to handle large data sets across multiple servers. It was released as an Apache open source project in 2008

DataStax was built on the open source NoSQL database Apache Cassandra. Cassandra was initially developed internally at Facebook to handle large data sets across multiple servers. It was released as an Apache open source project in 2008

 Database Model Primarily a NoSQL database
 Technical Documentation docs.datastax.com
 License Commercial
 Cloud-based / SaaS Virtual Machine Images available in AWS and Azure Marketplace. Available as a Hybrid Cloud SaaS Option - NA
 Implementation Language C,C++
 Operating System Supported Linux, OS X,
 Options for Integration / Access API CQL (Cassandra Query Language is like SQL) Gremlin
 Consistency Highly Consistent
 Foreign Keys No
 Streaming Support Yes
 Analytics Support One of the core features is to build timeseries apps
 Data Storage Schema Key Value Column Family NoSQL DB
 Notable Users Samsung Smartthings, ING Vysya , Safeway
 Key Differentiator Graph DB built natively on top of the core NoSQL Column Store. Graph and NoSQL component share the same core. Enterprise version of Cassandra supports HighAvailability (HA)
 Concurrency Yes
 Partitioning Yes
 Replication Yes
 Secondary Indexes Yes
 SchemaLess Yes
 SQL Query No, but CQL is similar to SQL