Network Redux Announces Seastar Managed Apache Cassandra Database Hosting

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Seastar is a purpose-built data platform for Apache Cassandra. The Seastar service promises to deliver better price-performance than hosting data on the commodity cloud, and makes it easy for customers to deploy and manage a new cluster using the self-service dashboard and API's.

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Managed Apache Cassandra Hosting

Spend less time on your database and more time with your data.

Network Redux is pleased to announce a new service called Seastar, which will provide a complete data platform for running Apache Cassandra. Seastar is built on Redux's world-class infrastructure, and is managed and supported by our experienced team of engineers.

As Chief Data Scientist Joshua Galbraith explains, "We have been helping clients manage database servers and search platforms for over a decade. By offering a better abstraction in the form of a data platform, we enable customers to focus on their applications and data instead of on building and maintaining systems."

Seastar is built on dedicated, performance-tuned hardware using low-overhead container technology and the fastest solid state storage. Performance will exceed what's achievable on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and other public cloud hosting providers for the same cost.

With Seastar, customers can have a new Cassandra cluster up and running in minutes. The web dashboard and APIs make the provisioning process simple, so clients can spend time doing more important things, like modeling and analyzing their data.

To join the Seastar beta program, please visit us at


Network Redux has been providing enterprise-class web, application, and data hosting services for over a decade. Serving thousands of clients worldwide, we are broadening our service offering to include a data platform that delivers better price-performance than the commodity cloud.

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