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Workshop at Scylla Summit: Get the most out of your cluster

Learn how to set up, tune, monitor and administer a Scylla cluster.

Ready to test drive Scylla? Learn how to set up a 3-node Scylla cluster on AWS that handles hundreds of thousands requests per second.

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Join us for a 1-hour hands-on session at Scylla Summit that will cover how to:

  • Set up and run a Scylla cluster
  • Use CQLsh to insert, update and query data
  • Use nodetool and scyllatop to administer and monitor Scylla
  • Set up and use Scylla monitoring server
  • Understand bottlenecks and how to identify them

At the end of the session you will be ready to experiment with Scylla, and see for yourself if your Scylla cluster is the fastest NoSQL database out there, the most resilient in the face of disaster, and the easiest to manage as your applications grow.

You should know basic system administration and NoSQL concepts. Knowledge of basic CQL and nodetool usage is helpful, but not required.

This workshop is just one of many topics to be covered at Scylla Summit in San Jose on September 6th. Join us for this hands-on training, learn about upcoming Scylla features, and get information on how companies like IBM, Outbrain, Samsung SDS, Appnexus, Hulu, and Mogujie are using Scylla for better performance and faster development. Meet Scylla developers and DevOps users who will cover Scylla design, best practices, advanced tooling, and future roadmap items.

Going to Cassandra Summit? Immerse yourself in another day of NoSQL. Scylla Summit takes place the day before Cassandra Summit begins at the Hilton San Jose, adjacent to the San Jose Convention Center. Lunch and refreshments are provided.

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Tzach Livyatan

About Tzach Livyatan

Tzach Livyatan has a B.A. and MSc in Computer Science (Technion, Summa Cum Laude), and has had a 15 year career in development, system engineering and product management. In the past he worked in the Telecom domain, focusing on carrier grade systems, signalling, policy and charging applications.