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Scylla Enterprise

The high-performance enterprise NoSQL database for real-time big data workloads

What Sets Our Enterprise NoSQL Database Apart?

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Production Scylla Release

Built on field-proven Scylla Open Source, Scylla Enterprise includes quality assurance testing, scale, and performance testing, supported OS validation, back-porting of bug fixes, long-term support, formal end-of-life policies, and enterprise NoSQL database software security checks.

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Cluster Administration and Task Automation

Scylla Manager provides centralized NoSQL cluster administration and recurrent tasks automation, including automation of periodic repair. Future releases will provide rolling upgrades, recurrent backup, and more.

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24/7 Mission Critical Support

Expert support and services for your Scylla systems in production and staging, ensuring your critical systems are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. With ScyllaDB support, you have direct access to the Scylla development team—the same team who builds and develops the Scylla code base.

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Bug Escalation

The ScyllaDB team prioritizes customer issues discovered in Scylla Enterprise compared to other bugs.

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Hot Fixes

Scylla Enterprise clients who experience critical issues receive, when required, a temporary customized patched version of Scylla Enterprise to deploy back to production. A long-term fix for the issue will be rolled out as part of a formal release as soon as possible.

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Long-Term Support

While Scylla Open Source releases are supported and maintained for the last two minor releases (approximately 2-3 months), Scylla Enterprise customers receive long-term support and upgrades for previous releases.

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Commercial License

Scylla Enterprise comes with a Proprietary License, compared to the Affero GPL v. 3.0 (AGPL) license for Scylla Open Source.

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Features

Scylla’s peer-to-peer clustering and automatic data replication allows for predictable cluster topology changes and provides always-on reliability in the case of sudden node outages. Learn more

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Scylla acts as a drop-in replacement for Apache Cassandra, supporting the same CQL interface and queries, even the legacy Thrift interface. Learn more

Apache Cassandra compatibility
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Scylla acts as a drop-in replacement for Amazon DynamoDB, deployable where you want it: on-premises or on your favorite cloud provider, even if that’s not AWS. Learn more

Amazon DynamoDB compatibility
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Scylla Manager provides automation for recurrent tasks, such as backups and repairs. Limited to 5 nodes for Scylla Open Source users, unlimited nodes for Enterprise users. Learn more

Automatic Repairs and Backup
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Lightweight Transactions (LWT) allow conditional database updates. Scylla’s LWT implementation is faster and more efficient than Cassandra. Learn more

Lightweight Transactions
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Role Based Access Control (RBAC) is a method of reducing lists of authorized users to a few roles assigned to multiple users. RBAC is sometimes referred to as role-based security.

Role Based Access Control (RBAC)
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CDC is a feature that allows you to not only query the current state of a database’s table, but also query the history of all changes made to the table.

Change Data Capture (CDC)
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Global Secondary indexes are a mechanism in Scylla which allows efficient searches on non-partition keys by creating an index. They are indexes created on columns other than the entire partition key, where each secondary index indexes one specific column. A secondary index can index a column used in the partition key in the case of a composite partition key. Local Secondary Indexes is an enhancement to Global Secondary Indexes, which allows Scylla to optimize workloads where the partition key of the base table and the index are the same key.

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Materialized Views (MV) are a global index. When a new MV is declared, a new table is created and distributed to the different nodes using the standard table distribution mechanisms. It’s scalable, just like normal tables. It is populated by a query running against the base table. It’s not possible to directly update a MV; it’s updated when the base table is updated.

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Scylla supports assigning shares of computing resources to different workloads, ensuring no single process can hold the rest of your database hostage. Learn more

Workload Prioritization
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Scylla’s unique compaction strategy means you can significantly save as much as 37% on disk space over other compaction strategies, lowering operating costs. Learn more

Incremental Compaction
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Data on disk is a target unless you have methods to ensure it’s safe and secure. Learn more

Encryption at Rest
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Enable auditing to save who-did-what to your data. Store it to a standard Scylla table for easy query and visibility or to a syslog if you prefer. Learn more

Auditing
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For critical data you want to ensure is always available, Scylla supports in-memory tables. Scylla’s in-memory tables are persisted to disk over time. Learn more

In-Memory Tables
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Service and Support
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Customer Success Program

To help Scylla Enterprise customers optimize their real-time NoSQL database implementation, we offer Scylla Professional Services and Training.

Scylla Professional Services

  • Guidance on deploying and running Scylla in production
  • Help in sizing and deployment plans
  • Suggestions on choosing the best hardware and operating system combination for your needs
  • Assistance in data modeling and query planning

Scylla Training

  • Designed for Enterprise Database Administrators, System Engineers, Developers, and Architects.
  • Learn an overview of NoSQL and gain in-depth knowledge of Scylla
  • Participants will learn the Scylla Architecture and important concepts such as installation, monitoring, and the advantages of using Scylla.
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