ScyllaDB Cloud simplifies migration for DynamoDB users, adds Grafana integration and extends flexible new deployment options
PALO ALTO, CALIF. — June 10, 2020 — ScyllaDB today announced that it has added its recently launched Amazon DynamoDB-compatible API, Alternator, to ScyllaDB Cloud, the fully managed version of its NoSQL database. Other new features in ScyllaDB Cloud include integration with popular open source monitoring tool Apache Grafana and the ability for users to run ScyllaDB Cloud on their own AWS accounts.
ScyllaDB Cloud offers a cost-effective alternative to other database-as-a-service (NoSQL DBaaS) options. Running the same workloads as Amazon DynamoDB and Google Cloud BigTable, ScyllaDB Cloud comes in at roughly one-fifth the cost. Built on ScyllaDB Enterprise, ScyllaDB Cloud handles petabytes of data, performing millions of operations per second with predictable low latencies. It allows rapid prototyping, deployment and scaling of applications without the overhead of database administration, minimizing downtime and allowing developers to move high-performance applications quickly into production.
“We are very impressed with the performance and ease of operations with ScyllaDB Cloud,” said David Zhao, Director of Engineering at popular online publishing platform Medium. “ScyllaDB Cloud gives us a fully managed database that frees us from having to spend valuable engineering time on DB operations. We’ve been fans of ScyllaDB for a long time. For our applications, it delivers the best cost/performance compared to other RDBMS or NoSQL databases.”
Other recent ScyllaDB Cloud updates include:
For more information on ScyllaDB Cloud, or to sign up for an account, please visit scylladb.com.
ScyllaDB is the real-time big data database. API-compatible with Apache Cassandra and Amazon DynamoDB, ScyllaDB embraces a shared-nothing approach that increases throughput and storage capacity as much as 10X that of Cassandra, while significantly reducing the total cost of ownership. Comcast, Starbucks, Ola Cabs, Samsung, IBM, Grab, MediaMath, AppNexus, Medium, Santander and many more leading companies have adopted ScyllaDB to realize order-of-magnitude performance improvements and reduce hardware costs. ScyllaDB was founded by the team responsible for the KVM hypervisor and is backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, Eight Roads Ventures, Innovation Endeavors, Wing Venture Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, TLV Partners, Magma Venture Partners, Western Digital Capital and Samsung Ventures. For more information: ScyllaDB.com
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