The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla version 0.11.
If you missed Scylla at Apache Cassandra Summit 2015, the world’s largest gathering of Apache Cassandra users, we have good news for you.
Catch up on the latest Scylla performance and feature news, live at the Los Angeles Big Data Users Group on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7:00 PM. Don Marti from ScyllaDB will cover Scylla architecture and performance, including a live demo and plenty of time for your questions. (Or ask @dmarti or @ScyllaDB on Twitter in advance.)
We tested Scylla and Apache Cassandra on a 3-node cluster using RF=3 and CL=QUORUM. You can find detailed report here.
Checkout the new results which make Scylla shine even more than before.
ScyllaDB is proud to be a part of the Developer Showcase on September 30 at Strata+Hadoop World 2015, held in Javits Center North in New York City. Look for us in the exhibit hall developer showcase area.
In this post we present more details about Scylla’s behavior during the benchmark behind these results.
Scylla is proud to sponsor the Cassandra Summit 2015, the world’s largest gathering of Cassandra users, and we will be happy to meet you there!
ScyllaDB founder Avi Kivity presented “Back to the future with C++ and Seastar” at the recent Sayeret Lambda Meetup group, helping to revise the audience’s impressions of the C++ language. C++ is often thought of as a legacy imperative language with roots in 1970s C. But in the past few years it has been thoroughly modernized, now offering streamlined support for modern paradigms such as lambda, metaprogramming, and functional programming, while retaining no-compromise performance.
Today, we are releasing Seastar, a new open-source C++ framework for extreme high-performance applications on OSv and Linux. Seastar brings a 5x throughput improvement to web-scale workloads, at millions of transactions per second on a single server, and is optimized for modern physical and virtual hardware.
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