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Canonical and Riptano Partnering on Cassandra

Canonical, the company sponsoring Ubuntu, has announced a new round of partnership which also lists Riptano, the company offering Cassandra technical support, professional services, and training. The PR announcement can be found ☞ here.

While there aren’t any details on this partnership, I assume it works something like this: if you need professional services for running Cassandra on Ubuntu, then Canonical will direct you to Riptano. Which kind of makes sense considering Riptano is at this time the only company offering services for Cassandra.

Original title and link: Canonical and Riptano Partnering on Cassandra (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)