Scylla, the real-time big data NoSQL database, built from the ground up in C++ with the full knowledge and experience of how to take advantage of modern multicore, multi-processor NUMA server hardware and fundamental features of the Linux operating system. Scylla is a massively-parallelized database engine that runs sharded on each core in your server, across all the servers in a cluster. Its design enables Scylla to run millions of operations per second at sub-millisecond average latencies.
Scylla uses a highly asynchronous, shared-nothing design, based on its underlying Seastar framework. Each shard of data is allotted CPU, RAM, persistent storage and networking resources which it uses as efficiently as possible. With its own custom schedulers for CPU and I/O processing, Scylla knows how to get maximum efficiency out of your Big Data infrastructure.
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