DataStax's Cassandra Kubernetes operator reaches GA, aims to simplify deploying clusters at scale

John Leonard
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Cassandra is an ideal data store for Kubernetes, company says

DataStax, the data management company built on the Apache Cassandra database, has made its Cassandra Kubernetes operator generally available. Cassandra Kubernetes operator v1.0 is a collaborativ...

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