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Hollywood, CA (July 12, 2010) - ONZRA, a market leader in enterprise architecture and development, today introduced the addition of Apache Cassandra services. With Cassandra in use by some of the most notable large scale sites, Digg, Facebook, and Twitter, it is becoming a more and more popular option for environments where a RDBMS is no longer a viable option.

"More and more companies are moving to Cassandra to address scalability issues with their existing RDBMS architectures..." said Jose Avila, Director of Creative Development Services for ONZRA. "ONZRA is helping these companies make the most informed decisions on if Cassandra is right for them". ONZRA's Cassandra service offerings range from architecting new services to the actual product development.

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