DataStax Stock

datastax.comEnterprise Software / Data Management/​StorageFounded: 2010Funding to Date: $348.86MM

DataStax, founded in 2010, is the developer of a scalable database management platform. DataStax allows companies to mobilize real-time data and build smart, high-growth AI applications quickly at unlimited scale, on any cloud. DataStax’s product offerings include the Astra DB cloud database, built on Apache Cassandra,® and the Astra Streaming event streaming technology.

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Team

Management Team

Don Dixon
Chief Financial Officers
Ed Anuff
Chief Product Officer
Sam Ramji
Chief Strategy Officer
Chet Kapoor
Chief Executive Officer
Harry Ault
Chief Revenue Officer
Jonathan Ellis
Co-Founder & Chief Technology Officer

Board Members

Eric Chin
Crosslink Capital
Paul Madera
Meritech Capital Partners
Randall Glein
DFJ Growth
Jim Baum
Kelly Battles

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News Highlights

DataStax and Microsoft Collaborate to Make it Easier to Build Enterprise Generative AI and RAG Applications with Legacy Data
To aid developers, Microsoft and DataStax are collaborating on RAG application software updates.
DataStax brings vector search to its Astra DB database service
DataStax, the well-funded Apache Cassandra-centric database company, is placing a lot of its current bets on AI and its technology’s ability to provide highly scalable vector search capabilities to provide real-time context to generative AI models...following a short public preview, the company is launching the vector search capabilities of its hosted Astra DB service into general availability.
DataStax First to Tap Generative AI to Streamline Data Pipelines
DataStax, the real-time AI company, today announced a new, GPT-based schema translator in its Astra Streaming cloud service that uses generative AI to efficiently and accurately transfer data between systems with different data structures within an enterprise. An industry first, the new Astra Streaming GPT Schema Translator automatically generates "schema mappings," a traditionally difficult and time-consuming process when building and maintaining event streaming pipelines.
Updated on: May 26, 2024

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