Two new courses are available, Scylla Operations and Using Scylla Drivers! Plus you can now get official ScyllaDB certificates for the courses you completed! To see your certificates go to your profile page.
We recently published a new lesson in Scylla University, using GoCQLX to interact with a Scylla cluster. This is a summary of the lesson. The GoCQLX package is an extension to the GoCQL driver. It improves developer productivity without sacrificing any performance. It’s inspired by sqlx, a tool for working with SQL databases, but it goes beyond what sqlx provides. For example: Builders for creating queries Support for named parameters in queries Support for binding parameters from struct fields, maps, or both Scanning query results into structs based on field names Convenient functions for common tasks such as loading a […]
We’ve been busy creating more content for Scylla University and improving the platform. So, what’s new? Data modeling course, Certificates and Scylla Summit Training Day.
In the first part of this blog we’ve learned a bit about compression theory and how some of the compression algorithms work. In this part we focus on practice, testing how the different algorithms supported in Scylla perform in terms of compression ratios and speeds.
In this two-part blog we’ll focus on the problem of storing as much information as we can in the least amount of space as possible. This first part will deal with the basics of compression theory and implementations in Scylla.
In our latest Summer Tech Talks series webinar ScyllaDB Field Engineer Juliana Oliveira guided virtual attendees through a series of best practices on data modeling for Scylla.
In practical terms, how do you begin to plan your ultra-efficient Scylla topology? The shift can be intimidating for those coming from a background in Cassandra, or for those coming from a primary-replica architecture, or from a plain old monolithic database implementation. In this post we’ll layout a checklist for designing a Scylla cluster that incorporates both horizontal and vertical scaling.
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.
We’ve written a pretty comprehensive blog about migrating to Scylla in general, but not all of those migration strategies apply to a managed cloud solution. So let’s drill down into specifics and step-by-step instructions targeted directly to your Scylla Cloud success.
We recently launched Scylla Cloud, allowing you to get the most out of Scylla while not having to burden yourself with cluster management tasks. In this blog post we will cover the initial onboarding process, including creating an account and spinning up a cluster.