Jonathan is the co-founder and CTO of DataStax. Before DataStax, he spent six years as project chair of Apache Cassandra, where he built the project and community into an open-source success. Previously, he built an object storage system based on Reed-Solomon encoding for data backup provider Mozy that scaled to petabytes of data and gigabits-per-second throughput.
The leading open source event streaming platforms are Apache Kafka and Apache Pulsar. For enterprise architects and application developers, choosing the right event streaming approach is critical, as these technologies will help their apps scale up around data to support …Jonathan Ellis
In this article we are discussed Why Apache Pulsar and its support for streaming data is the right choice for multi-datacenter, geo-distributed deployments.Jonathan Ellis
Messaging has been on DataStax’s radar for several years. Let’s learn the top reasons why we should consider Apache Pulsar.Jonathan Ellis
With Apache Cassandra 4.0, you not only get the direct improvements to performance added by the Apache Cassandra committers, you also unlock the ability to take advantage of seven years of improvements in the JVM itself.
This article focuses on improvements in Java garbage collection that Cassandra 4.0 coupled with Java 16 offers over Cassandra 3.11 on Java 8.Jonathan Ellis