DataStax Apollo release notes

DataStax Apollo release notes provide information about new and improved features, known and resolved issues, and bug fixes.

DataStax Apollo release notes provide information about new and improved features, known and resolved issues, and bug fixes.

Beta release

Update: Standalone CQLSH

On January 24, 2020, the standalone version of the CQL shell (CQLSH) was released for connecting to DataStax Apollo databases. What does that mean for you? It means connecting to an Apollo database from your laptop without requiring DataStax Enterprise (DSE) or DataStax Distribution of Apache Cassandra™ (DDAC).

Previously, you used native CQLSH included in one of those products. Today, you can download CQLSH, download the secure connect bundle for your Apollo database, and connect with a single command.

Update: Free tier

On January 7, 2020, the Free tier was released for DataStax Apollo, allowing you to create an Apollo database with 10 GB for free, forever. Create a database with just a few clicks and start developing within minutes, no credit card required.

Note: You can have only one active database on the Free tier.

Open Beta

The Beta release of DataStax Apollo brings the ability to develop and deploy data-driven applications with a cloud-native service, built on the best distribution of Apache Cassandra™, without the hassles of database and infrastructure administration.

Instead of listing the features included in this release, learn about what DataStax Apollo is, and then get started with creating your own database. If you have questions, review the FAQ for answers.