Avi Kivity, CTO of ScyllaDB, will present a talk on
Scylla, a distributed Cassandra-compatible NoSQL database in excess of a million requests per second per node at the upcoming Percona Live conference in Santa Clara, California. Avi will cover how Scylla applies systems programming techniques to a horizontally scalable NoSQL design to achieve extreme performance improvements—and, of course, our latest benchmark results that compare Scylla and Cassandra performance on the YCSB benchmark.
Avi Kivity explains how Scylla’s thread-per-core design can give a 10x performance improvement over conventional Cassandra.
The Percona Live show runs from April 18-21 at the magnificent Santa Clara Convention Center. Avi will be speaking on April 19th at 2:20. If you have any questions about Scylla design, usage, or future direction, Santa Clara is the place to be.
Visit the Percona Live site to learn more and sign up for the event.