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ScyllaDB Open Source 3.3 introduces a rich set of new production-ready features for IPv6, LIKE operators, as well as experimental features such as Lightweight Transactions (LWT), Change Data Capture (CDC) and a DynamoDB-compatible API. Already the industry’s most performant NoSQL database, ScyllaDB Open Source includes features beyond the capabilities of Apache Cassandra and DynamoDB.
ScyllaDB Open Source 5.x is here!
Beyond the features listed below, we have a whole new set of capabilities and enhancements with the release of ScyllaDB Open Source 4.x and ScyllaDB Open Source 5.x.
ScyllaDB User Defined Functions (UDF) with the Lua language adds the ability for developers to deploy server-side scripts to perform data transforms such as aggregations, sums and averages. This simplifies complex queries for developers who need fast and easy streamlined queries that fit their service’s data-model.
This feature allows you to track changes made to a base table in your database for visibility or auditing. Changes made to the base table are stored in a separate table that can be queried by standard CQL. Our CDC implementation uses a configurable Time To Live (TTL) to ensure it does not occupy an inordinate amount of your disk.
Our Amazon DynamoDB-compatible API implementation, known as Project Alternator, enables you to connect your DynamoDB applications to ScyllaDB without any changes to your client code. This gives you the multi-cloud, multi-vendor flexibility you need for resiliency and disaster recovery.
Get more details on the latest release of our highly performant open source NoSQL database.
ScyllaDB VP of Product Tzach Livyatan and Software Team Lead Konstantin Osipov introduce the ScyllaDB implementation of Lightweight transactions (LWT).
Our open source Amazon DynamoDB-compatible API allows you to run your database on any cloud or on premises.
Take a deep dive into Change Data Capture (CDC) in ScyllaDB, and how it compares to Apache Cassandra in this engineering talk from our ScyllaDB Summit.
Read our press release announcing ScyllaDB Open Source 3.2 from our ScyllaDB Summit last fall
Read the documentation on how to configure client-to-node and node-to-node IPv6 addresses in ScyllaDB.
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