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ScyllaDB supports the CQL binary protocol version 3 so every Cassandra/CQL driver that implements it should work with ScyllaDB. We recommended you use Scylla drivers wherever possible.

ScyllaDB Java Driver

ScyllaDB Java Driver for ScyllaDB and Apache Cassandra, based on the DataStax Java Driver.

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ScyllaDB Python Driver

A Python client driver for ScyllaDB, this driver works exclusively with the Cassandra Query Language v3 (CQL3) and Cassandra’s native protocol.

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ScyllaDB Go Driver

ScyllaDB’s shard-aware GoCQL implements a fast and robust client for the Go programming language.

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ScyllaDB Go Extension Driver

All-In-One: CQL query builder, ORM and migration tool.

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ScyllaDB C++ Driver

A modern, feature-rich and shard-aware C/C++ client library.

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ScyllaDB Rust Driver

Cassandra DB native client written in Rust language.

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Additional Drivers

You can find more 3rd party drivers on our docs site.

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ScyllaDB Open Source

Download and install ScyllaDB Open Source on Docker, AWS, GCP, RHEL 8, CentOS 8, Debian, or Ubuntu, or compile the source from GitHub.

ScyllaDB maintains the current and previous releases of ScyllaDB Open Source. Users are encouraged to update to the latest release.

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ScyllaDB Enterprise

ScyllaDB Enterprise includes a ScyllaDB Enterprise license, tested and certified binaries, cluster administration and task automation, hot fixes, 24/7 technical support, and ScyllaDB Manager.

We built our enterprise database software from the ground-up in C++ to address the key issues of node sprawl, inconsistent performance, administrative overhead and high costs of Apache Cassandra, Amazon DynamoDB and other NoSQL databases.

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  • ScyllaDB Manager NoSQL Cluster Management
  • ScyllaDB Monitoring Stack ScyllaDB Cluster Visibility
  • ScyllaDB Operator ScyllaDB Cluster on Kubernetes
  • ScyllaDB CDC Change Data Capture

NoSQL Cluster Management

ScyllaDB Manager helps teams manage their ScyllaDB clusters. It performs regular health checks on server nodes, ensuring awareness of any node degradation or downtime. It automates repetitive tasks such as node rebuilds and repairs, automates data backups, and enables faster troubleshooting. Available for users of ScyllaDB Enterprise and ScyllaDB Open Source (5 node limit).

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Combining three components (Prometheus metric collector, alert manager, and Grafana 6 dashboards) ScyllaDB Monitoring Stack provides real-time and historical trend information on ScyllaDB clusters.

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ScyllaDB Operator is an open source project for users of ScyllaDB Open Source and ScyllaDB Enterprise to run and manage ScyllaDB via Kubernetes. It automates the cluster deployment process and tasks such as scaling, backup, auto healing, rolling configuration changes and upgrades and more.

Download ScyllaDB Operator: ScyllaDB Operator

ScyllaDB CDC provides an optional recording of modifications for one or more enabled tables in your ScyllaDB database for streaming data, data duplication and replication and other use cases that require quick query of changes without directly going through the underlying data. CDC log data tables are transient (default TTL is 24 hours), stored in the same shards as the tables they are logging, and can be manipulated through Rust, Go, and Java shard-aware drivers from your applications.

Get the latest CDC drivers for: JavaRust and Go