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  • DataStax adds graph databases to enterprise Cassandra product set

    DataStax adds graph databases to enterprise Cassandra product set

    When DataStax acquired Aurelius, a graph database startup last year, it was clear it wanted to add graph database functionality to its DataStax Enterprise product, and today it achieved that goal when it announced the release of DataStax Enterprise Graph. The new enterprise graph product has been fully integrated into the DataStax Enterprise product set, giving customers an integrated… Read More

  • DataStax Grabs Aurelius In Graph Database Acqui-Hire

    DataStax Grabs Aurelius In Graph Database Acqui-Hire

    DataStax scored a $106M funding pay day last September, and today it announced it was using some of that money to acquire open source graph database company, Aurelius, along with its engineering talent. No terms were disclosed, but all eight Aurelius engineers will be joining DataStax immediately. The new team will begin working on what they are calling “a massively scalable… Read More

  • DataStax Lands $106M In Series E Funding

    DataStax Lands $106M In Series E Funding

    DataStax, the commercial face of the open source Apache Cassandra database, announced $106M in Series E Funding, bringing their total to date to over $190M in funding. Today’s round was led by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers with additional investors including ClearBridge, Cross Creek and Wasatch, PremjiInvest and Comcast Ventures. Existing investors including Lightspeed… Read More

  • DataStax Readies For IPO, Raises $45M For Modern Database Platform Suited To New Data Intensive World

    DataStax Readies For IPO, Raises $45M For Modern Database Platform Suited To New Data Intensive World

    Datastax  has raised $45 million for its scalable, high-performance database platform. The Series D round was led by Scale Venture Partners with participation from Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Next World Capital and previous investors. Read More

  • Oracle Is Bleeding At The Hands Of Database Rivals

    Oracle Is Bleeding At The Hands Of Database Rivals

    Something is seriously wrong in Larry Land. Oracle does not command absolute control like it once did. You can see what is happening pretty clearly when you review the earnings the company posted last week and the growth that startups like Datastax are witnessing as more customers seek alternative databases for online applications. Read More