DataStax Enterprise Now Available on Microsoft Azure

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DataStax has just announced that its new DataStax Enterprise suite will now be available for organizations to utilize from within the Microsoft Azure platform. The new strategic partnership with Microsoft will allow DataStax to help organizations deliver IoT data to web and mobile applications using private, hybrid or public deployments. The big advantage in using DataStax is that your enterprise can rapidly build a scalable infrastructure without the headache of constructing the system from the ground up.
“We are witnessing an increased adoption of DataStax Enterprise deployments in hybrid cloud environments, so closely aligning with Microsoft benefits any organization looking to quickly and easily build high-performance IoT, Web and mobile apps,” says Billy Bosworth, the CEO of DataStax.
“Working with a world-class organization like Microsoft has been an incredible experience and we look forward to continuing to work together to meet the needs of enterprises looking to successfully transition their business to the cloud,” adds Bosworth.
The news of the partnership with Microsoft came at the Cassandra Summit 2015, where DataStax unveiled its new Microsoft Azure integration. DataStax says that it can help you can build a simple, scalable and always-on cloud app within record times, allowing organizations the ability to rapidly provide services to their end users. DataStax Enterprise on Azure allows organizations to bring their own licenses, in order to rapidly provision production apps.
This is achieved using the Azure Resource Management templates, which allows organizations to deploy the DataStax infrastructure in seconds. Administrators can take advantage of DataStax Enterprise by provisioning workloads using the Azure Resource Management console.
This enhanced offering gives businesses of any size the ability to rapidly begin using cloud based apps and services. DataStax’s main objective is to make applications easy to scale and deliver through organizations. DataStax Enterprise can help your next Azure hosted app operate in a scaled environment, keeping your IaaS costs low.