Jul23

Let’s meet at the Scylla Summit 2018!

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We are excited to host our third annual Scylla Summit this year, and we would love to see you there. We had a very successful summit last year. Our growing community had the opportunity to hear firsthand from Scylla users about their success and also from our engineers about the underlying architecture that enables us to deliver predictable low latencies at high throughput out of the box. What’s coming on our product roadmap? We’ll talk about that too!

Just in case you’d to see the kind of content we had at last year’s Summit, we’ve made the recordings available here. In one of our keynotes, we heard from mParticle about their experiences running Scylla to power their mission-critical environment. We also had talks about integrating Scylla with various products like Kafka, Spark, and KairosDB.

Our CTO, Avi Kivity, talked about our plans to move Scylla more and more towards row granularity, and this year we will hear about the advances we’ve made in this area for 2018. I talked about the very beginning of last year’s conference about our adaptive controllers implementation, and this year we will show the advancements we’ve made in that area like the compaction controllers.

But there’s so much more than talks! At Scylla Summit, a great track is the hallway track, where you can freely learn about Scylla, share your experiences and discuss topics of interest with experts in the field.

We are already receiving many exciting proposals from our users, and the call for speakers is open until August 17th. If you are doing something interesting with Scylla, we would love to hear from you. And if you are just interested in coming and learning, the registration is already open. There’s still time to get the super early-bird discount!

Next Steps

  • Scylla Summit 2018 is around the corner. Register now!
  • Learn more about Scylla from our product page.
  • See what our users are saying about Scylla.
  • Download Scylla. Check out our download page to run Scylla on AWS, install it locally in a Virtual Machine, or run it in Docker.

Glauber CostaAbout Glauber Costa

Glauber Costa is VP of Field Engineering at ScyllaDB. He shares his time between the engineering department working on upcoming Scylla features and helping customers succeed.

Before ScyllaDB, Glauber worked with Virtualization in the Linux Kernel for 10 years, with contributions ranging from the Xen Hypervisor to all sorts of guest functionality and containers.


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