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KUALA LUMPUR, May 5 -- DataStax has announced that K8ssandra, an open-source distribution of Apache Cassandra™ on Kubernetes, is available on any Kubernetes environment.
This includes distro-specific integrations for Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) and Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS).
K8ssandra combines the flexible, cloud-native benefits of Kubernetes together with the global scale of Cassandra - the NoSQL database used by leading enterprises including Apple, Instagram and Netflix.
According to a statement, it provides a cloud-native database for modern data applications.
“There’s no question that Kubernetes is ready for stateful, production workloads and we are thrilled to see K8ssandra as another open source stack,” said AWS Kubernetes General Manager, Bob Wise.
In November last year, DataStax released K8ssandra to the open source community, where its cass-operator was selected by the Apache Cassandra community as the basis for developing a single, community-based operator with contributions from Orange and others.
DataStax has been focused on bringing the power of Cassandra to every developer and enterprise, for any project.
The company has spent the past year introducing numerous innovations such as the K8ssandra-based, serverless Astra DBaaS, and the open source Stargate API gateway.