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IBM Power Systems servers are designed for mission-critical applications and emerging Cognitive Era workloads. Whether deployed in a private, public or hybrid cloud, Power System Servers are capable of performing millions of I/O operations per second. 

Scylla Enterprise is optimized for IBM Power System Servers. Because Scylla operates asynchronously, takes full advantage of the speed of the multi-core POWER9 processor, driving both I/O and CPU processing in a way that scales linearly with the number of cores on the CPU. By combining Scylla’s highly performant, close-to-the-hardware design with next-generation IBM Power System Servers, organizations can reach new levels of performance while also reducing the footprint, cost and complexity of their systems.

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Scylla Announces Support for IBM Power Systems

Real-time big data database company integrates products with IBM Power9 processor

The Performance of Scylla on IBM Power Systems

Take scalability and performance to the next level with Scylla on IBM Power

Scylla on IBM Power

Features and benefits of Scylla on IBM Power Systems

IBM Cloud offers a broad array of hosted databases, both SQL and NoSQL. ScyllaDB and IBM Cloud have been working together since 2016, when IBM Cloud chose Scylla as its preferred back-end database for its DBaaS offering. Scylla’s combination of  high performance, low operation costs and compatibility with pre-existing Apache Cassandra workloads make it ideal for this use case. At the time, the IBM Cloud team was looking to have a Cassandra offering but found Cassandra to be limited in its ability to deliver the performance that their users demanded over a containerized environment.  Enter ScyllaDB, a Cassandra-compatible NoSQL database that enabled them to satisfy all of their major requirements while also acting as a platform for future service offerings such as Graph. 

For additional details, please visit: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/compose/scylladb 

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Scylla Powers IBM’s Cloud Service Catalog

How IBM Cloud chose Scylla for a back-end data store

 

ScyllaDB and the IBM Graph and JanusGraph teams have been collaborating since 2016. This partnership stemmed from from IBM’s contributions to Apache Tinkerpop, a popular graph computing framework, and its work with TitanDB (now JanusGraph). From this work, IBM delivered a next generation Graph as-a-service offering that leverages Scylla as a back-end, resulting in a superior performance-oriented, Graph offering delivered by IBM Cloud.

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The Datastore of a Graph Database

See IBM present on their Graph as a Service database backend

Scylla Shines in IBM Performance Tests

See how it compares with Hbase & Cassandra

IBM Performance Evaluation

See how IBM benchmarked Scylla as a backend for JanusGraph

 

IBM Power Systems servers are designed for mission-critical applications and emerging Cognitive Era workloads. Whether deployed in a private, public or hybrid cloud, Power System Servers are capable of performing millions of I/O operations per second. 

Scylla Enterprise is optimized for IBM Power System Servers. Because Scylla operates asynchronously, takes full advantage of the speed of the multi-core POWER9 processor, driving both I/O and CPU processing in a way that scales linearly with the number of cores on the CPU. By combining Scylla’s highly performant, close-to-the-hardware design with next-generation IBM Power System Servers, organizations can reach new levels of performance while also reducing the footprint, cost and complexity of their systems.

Partner Resources

Scylla Announces Support for IBM Power Systems

Real-time big data database company integrates products with IBM Power9 processor

The Performance of Scylla on IBM Power Systems

Take scalability and performance to the next level with Scylla on IBM Power

Scylla on IBM Power

Features and benefits of Scylla on IBM Power Systems

IBM Cloud offers a broad array of hosted databases, both SQL and NoSQL. ScyllaDB and IBM Cloud have been working together since 2016, when IBM Cloud chose Scylla as its preferred back-end database for its DBaaS offering. Scylla’s combination of  high performance, low operation costs and compatibility with pre-existing Apache Cassandra workloads make it ideal for this use case. At the time, the IBM Cloud team was looking to have a Cassandra offering but found Cassandra to be limited in its ability to deliver the performance that their users demanded over a containerized environment.  Enter ScyllaDB, a Cassandra-compatible NoSQL database that enabled them to satisfy all of their major requirements while also acting as a platform for future service offerings such as Graph. 

For additional details, please visit: https://www.ibm.com/cloud/compose/scylladb 

Partner Resources

Scylla Powers IBM’s Cloud Service Catalog

How IBM Cloud chose Scylla for a back-end data store

 

ScyllaDB and the IBM Graph and JanusGraph teams have been collaborating since 2016. This partnership stemmed from from IBM’s contributions to Apache Tinkerpop, a popular graph computing framework, and its work with TitanDB (now JanusGraph). From this work, IBM delivered a next generation Graph as-a-service offering that leverages Scylla as a back-end, resulting in a superior performance-oriented, Graph offering delivered by IBM Cloud.

Partner Resources

The Datastore of a Graph Database

See IBM present on their Graph as a Service database backend

Scylla Shines in IBM Performance Tests

See how it compares with Hbase & Cassandra

IBM Performance Evaluation

See how IBM benchmarked Scylla as a backend for JanusGraph

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