For a highly technical product like Scylla, the success or failure of its adoption rests heavily in knowledge transfer to the community. Documentation is fundamental to that. To find out what’s new and what’s hot in Scylla documentation, I went to the source and had this exchange with Laura Novich, Senior Technical Writer for ScyllaDB.
The support on the slack channel and Google group is top notch… I really appreciate that engineers like Glauber are there when you have issues and always ready to help.
I recently had the pleasure of exchanging a few questions and answers with Guy Shtub, Manager of Scylla University. Guy had some exciting news about a new module available for Scylla University users plus shared his insights into what else is in the works.
In this post we introduce the new Scylla workload prioritization mechanism, explaining the vision behind developing this feature and how it is implemented, and most importantly, we show you test results of how it performs in a real-world setting.
At Scylla Summit 2018, Yahoo! Japan’s engineers Takahiro Iwase and Murukesh Mohanan took to the stage to describe their reasoning for testing Scylla, a challenger, against Apache Cassandra, their in-house long-time NoSQL favorite. With Cassandra, as Takahiro said, “We have problems. Lots of problems.”
With Scylla Enterprise 2019.1 we’ve introduced new capabilities, as well as inherited a rich set of new features from our Scylla Open Source 3.0 release for more efficient querying, reduced storage requirements, lower repair times, and better overall database performance.
Scylla Summit 2019 is coming to San Francisco this November 5-6, 2019. Everyone has a story about their journey to find the best database solution for their specific use case. What’s yours?
Veramine CEO Jonathan Ness makes the case for Scylla over other SQL and NoSQL solutions, including PostgreSQL and Casssandra for real-time cybersecurity.
Natura, the parent company of The Body Shop and Aesop, is a global leader in beauty products. Learn how they use Scylla to engage their global audience.
Scylla’s March 2019 webinar on database migration drew broad interest and will likely remain a popular topic for years to come. So, you’ve decided to adopt Scylla (or Cassandra). What’s the best way to get your Big Data uploaded into your new cluster? What strategies, tools and techniques can you use to get your terabytes or petabytes from point A to point B? Those were the questions of the day for Dan Yasny, Field Engineer of ScyllaDB.