An update on Stargate v2 including announcement of the first Beta release
Part 2 of a blog from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) students about their work on a DynamoDB-compatible API for Stargate.
A team of students from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) share their work on a DynamoDB-compatible API for Stargate.
Read why the new gRPC API for Stargate is a revolutionary solution for a common developer problem with cloud-native drivers.
The Stargate team is excited to provide an update on our first milestone for Stargate v2.
Github is changing master to main, and we are, too.
Developers should be able to build highly scalable apps even when they call multilingual and multi-cloud microservices. That’s why the Stargate team recently made a new API generally available to help developers build applications with their preferred language.
When we announced Stargate v2, we mainly focused on the "why" behind the change. In this post, we’ll dive into the "how."
After a year of adding new APIs and features, we realized that this is an ideal time to take a step back and look at the overall architecture of Stargate. We’re listening to feedback from the Stargate developer community and taking a look at our technical debt as well. Based on your inputs, we’ve begun some planning for a Stargate v2.
Six years in the making, Apache Cassandra has reached its 4.0 GA release. This is a big milestone for one of the most important open source projects, and a significant step forward in the world of NoSQL and Fast Data.