Opera Sync runs on Google Cloud Platform, using Scylla as a backend source of truth data store on 26 nodes across two data centers; one in the U.S. and one in the Netherlands. Opera maintains a data model in Scylla for what information needs to be shared across browsers.
At our last Scylla Summit David Blythe took the trip from North Carolina to San Francisco to explain how they were able to migrate away from DataStax to Scylla for their SAS 360 Match platform. He called this transition “changing all four tires while driving an adtech engine at full speed.”
“Our experience with Scylla Cloud has been great. We’ve been meeting and actually exceeding our expectations on our request latency.”
Zeotap’s Vice President of Engineering, Sathish K S, and Principal Data Engineer Saurabh Verma share how they built the “world’s largest native JanusGraph database backed by Scylla” to meet the needs of tracking and correlating 20 billion IDs for users and their devices.
At Scylla Summit 2019, ReversingLabs’ software architect Goran Cvijanovic explained how they integrated Scylla into their Titanium platform to provide file reputation. In his talk, he focused on long-tail latencies, and how he could also optimize Scylla’s compression to get the most out of his infrastructure’s storage.
iFood’s Thales Biancala shared how his team used Scylla to scale their system to meet that expanding demand. He explained how each order represents around five events in their database, producing well over 100,000,000 events on a monthly basis.
Augury wanted a solution that their small but growing team would be able to set up and manage easily. They wanted something that would be easy to scale up, especially if it needed to hit certain marks on performance. They chose to go with Scylla.
Alexandros Bantis, Senior Backend Engineer at Tubi, spoke at Scylla Summit 2019 in San Francisco, providing insights into the personalization service infrastructure required to support Tubi’s 15,000 titles and tens of millions of users. “I think Scala is awesome. I think Scylla is awesome. And when you put them together, you get awesome squared.”
Today we feature a guest blog by Rohit Saboo, Machine Learning Engineering Lead at Nauto. Rohit has spoken at multiple Scylla Summits, and in 2018 his work at Nauto was awarded the Scylla User Award for More Interesting Technical Use Case. How we build trips consistently in a distributed system Early on, I noticed that one of our services would often have errors in retrieving data from the database. Upon investigation, we discovered that some of the queries were being run with full consistency, which in this case was the equivalent of enforcing that if any single node in a […]
We’re always glad to hear about the innovative things our users are doing with Scylla and the benefits they’re getting. Our use cases come in all shapes and sizes–from very large organizations that have migrated to Scylla from some other database to start-ups that use us coming out the gates.