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Instaclustr - Cost Effective, High Performance Managed NoSQL Hosting [Sponsor]

Words from this week’s sponsor, Instaclustr:

On the 27th of February, Instaclustr, one of the first dedicated Apache Cassandra hosting platforms left beta. Running on Amazon EC2 infrastructure, Instaclustr dramatically reduces the deployment and management pains associated with running a Cassandra cluster.

Here’s what you’d get with Instaclustr:

  1. Totally managed: Instaclustr reduces the headaches associated with deploying and running a highly available Cassandra cluster. Deploy Cassandra in minutes, knowing that backups, monitoring, maintenance and tuning are all taken care of.

  2. Fast: Cassandra clusters managed by Instaclustr will provide consistently lower latency operations, with greater throughput per dollar than DynamoDB, MongoDB and other managed NoSQL offerings.

  3. Highly Available: Instaclustr deploys Cassandra on Amazon infrastructure, leveraging geographically distinct availability zones and on-demand instances to ensure your cluster is always available.

  4. Low Cost: Instaclustr has an incredibly low total cost of ownership when compared to other managed NoSQL offerings and includes email support and proactive monitoring.

For more details check how Instaclustr works and sign up for an account.

Original title and link: Instaclustr - Cost Effective, High Performance Managed NoSQL Hosting [Sponsor] (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)