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Dec 04, 2018 • By: Caroline George



As a Solutions Engineer at DataStax, I often hear the question from new customers: how do I know that all of my data is loading correctly in my DataStax Enterprise (DSE) cluster? This is especially important when data governance is important or when DSE becomes the System of Record.

Nov 28, 2018 • By: Cedrick Lunven

GraphQL has become more and more popular among developers to implement APIs (specially frontend developers) as it brings both simplicity and discoverability on the client side. But, what about server side? If you have already worked with Apache Cassandra™ you know that designing the proper data model is key. You also know that you need to know your queries very well in order to ensure performance. Is it possible to create an API on top of Apache Cassandra with GraphQL allowing only valid queries? Let's have a look.

Oct 31, 2018 • By: Amanda Moran

Part 2 of this blog series will focus on how to get DataStax Enterprise Analytics with Apache Cassandra™ and Apache Spark™, Jupyter Notebooks, and all the required Python package dependencies set up via Docker.

 

 

Oct 30, 2018 • By: Adron Hall

In this post, we explore a quick look at our DataStax Academy Developer Days. We've held a few of the Developer Days already in New York City and Washington DC, and just wrapped up two more Chicago, Illinois and Dallas, Texas! Next up are London and Paris, which we're really looking forward to. Teaching developers and practitioners at the Developer Days have been just as rewarding for us as getting a chance to learn about what everybody out there in the industry is working on!

Oct 01, 2018 • By: Amanda Moran

Missed Graph Day 2018? How sad! But here is a blog to fill you in on some of the fantastic talks that were featured at Graph Day 2018!

Sep 21, 2018 • By: Amanda Moran

A natural language processing example using DataStax Enterprise Analytics with Apache Cassandra andApache Spark, Python, Jupyter Notebooks, Twitter API, Pattern (python package), and Sentiment Analysis

 

Aug 30, 2018 • By: Cedrick Lunven

Graph Databases are really effective when it comes to working with highly connected data and getting value based on relationships, as we detailed in this previous blogpost. This article focuses on integrating graph databases with web applications to implement CRUD operations, pattern detection, and visualization in the user interface. Part 1 is dedicated to environment setup and CRUD operations, and Part 2 will dig into the user interface. Let's get our hands dirty.

Aug 29, 2018 • By: Jeff Carpenter

This article discusses how you can leverage the paging features of Apache Cassandra to support a great user experience in your application, using examples from the KillrVideo reference application.

Aug 28, 2018 • By: Cedrick Lunven

This post is the second and last part of a series digging into integration of Graph Databases with web applications. In Part 1, we created a data access object (DAO) to implement basic CRUD operations for both vertices and edges. Here, we will have a closer look at graph visualization in user interfaces. One of the coolest features of graph is the capability to browse the data to identiy patterns and extract information from relationships. DataStax Studio provides with great visuat rendering but, why not having the same visualization in your own applications?

Aug 21, 2018 • By: Adron Hall

Want to take a quick tour of several quick ways to get started with DataStax Enterprise? Well, this is your guide!

In this article I've written up a whirlwind tour of the Google Cloud Platform Marketplace and Azure Marketplace options for DataStax Enterprise. Both of these solutions can get a cluster built in short order across multiple regions with plenty of performance power and resiliency. I then step through resources and steps to get started with a Docker deployed solution locally for testing and development. But the end of this article you'll be ready to get going quickly with DataStax Enterprise through a number of quick deployment options.