Jan19

Scylla release: version 0.16

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The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla version 0.16

Scylla is an open source, Apache-Cassandra-compatible NoSQL database, with superior performance and consistent low latency.
This version is an incremental improvement release on the beta series, focused on stability and bug fixes. Some of the noteworthy updates are:

  • Scylla AMI is now based on CentOS 7. Make sure to log in as centos when connecting to a Scylla AMI.
  • ALTER TABLE feature was merged, but is not officially available yet. We are actively testing it and will announce availability in a future release.
    If you are brave enough to test it, use the scylla option --experimental to enable it.
  • SSL for client to node and node to node encryption was merged, but is not officially available yet. We are actively testing it and will announce availability in a future release.
  • Move to latest release of seastar and scylla-jmx

A full list of contributions and known issues is available on the Scylla wiki

Scylla is on track for a GA release in 2016 Q1. See the status page for complete feature and compatibility information.

Get started with Scylla 0.16 here. If you have any questions about the new release, please post to the scylladb-users mailing list.

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Scylla is the world’s fastest column-store database: the functionality of Apache Cassandra with the speed of a light key/value store.


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