Scylla Enterprise is based on the Scylla open source project. Scylla Enterprise subscriptions include a Scylla Enterprise license, tested and certified binaries, software updates, hot fixes, technical support, and best practices. Scylla Enterprise support guarantees that you will have access to the engineers who developed Scylla.
Built on field-proven open source Scylla, Scylla Enterprise includes quality assurance testing, scale, and performance testing, supported OS validation, back-porting of bug fixes, long-term support, formal end-of-life policies, and security checks.
The Scylla Enterprise roadmap includes exclusive enterprise features, including Scylla Administration Server, additional security features, Apache Cassandra-to-Scylla migration tools, and more.
ScyllaDB delivers expert support and services for your Scylla systems production and staging, ensuring your critical systems are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With ScyllaDB support, you have direct access to the Scylla development team—the same team who builds and develops the Scylla code base.
The ScyllaDB team prioritizes customer issues discovered in the Scylla project over other bugs.
Scylla Enterprise clients who experience critical issues receive, when required, a temporary customized patched version of Scylla Enterprise to deploy back to production. A long-term fix for the issue will be rolled out as part of a formal release as soon as possible.
While Scylla open source releases are supported and maintained for the last two minor releases (approximately 2-3 months), Scylla Enterprise customers receive long-term support and upgrades for previous releases.
Scylla Enterprise comes with a Proprietary License, compared to Scylla Open Source project Affero GPL v. 3.0 (AGPL) license.
Additionally, we offer Scylla Professional Services, including:
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