EPAM and DataStax Announce Partnership to Develop Highly-Scalable Big Data Cloud Technology Solutions(PresseBox) (Newton, Pa., )
As more industries are transitioning their entire infrastructures and data ecosystems to the cloud to reduce costs and increase resource efficiencies, DSE offers the ability for cloud applications to scale and perform in distributed environments. DataStax provides an enterprise-ready version of Apache Cassandra and a certification program for today's increasing number of cloud applications.
"Our partnership with DataStax, combined with our integrated-technology capabilities, enables EPAM to enhance our client's existing platforms with cost-effective, flexible and efficient cloud solutions, like DSE, ensuring they reach their maximum business potential fastest," said Eli Feldman, CTO, Advanced Technology, EPAM. "We're proud to a part of the data-certified DataStax integrators' community."
"Today's organizations are looking to accelerate their ability to build, deploy and power cloud applications that will fundamentally transform their business," said Matt Rollender, VP, Cloud Strategy, DataStax. "Our collaboration with EPAM will enable end-users to not only drive real-time value from their cloud applications, but also provide them with the ability to make data driven business decisions and transform customer experiences."
DSE is particularly useful for managing cloud applications that need to process mass amounts of information. Through its linear scalability, DSE, by design, is a distributed system, simplifying the process of adding data centers to provide geographic proximity to customers. Additionally, DSE offers proven fault-tolerance on hardware and cloud infrastructure, potentially reducing costs in terms of licensing and scalability for enterprises.
Learn more about EPAM's platform engineering solutions at www.epam.com and DataStax at www.datastax.com.
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