Scylla Cloud Updates

For information on specific versions of Scylla Enterprise and Scylla Open Source please see our Release Notes page.

Scylla Cloud is periodically updated with new features and functionality. Check this page to learn the latest capabilities of our NoSQL managed cloud solution.

April 9, 2019 Update

New Features

  • VPC Peering – Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Peering allows you to connect two virtual private clouds running on AWS with each other privately. This enables you to securely connect the VPC where your application is running to the VPC where your Scylla Cloud cluster is running. You can configure VPC Peering on Scylla Cloud when you create a cluster. Note Scylla’s VPC peering currently supports only IPv4 address configuration. You can read the details about configuring VPC peering in our documentation. You can also read more about VPC Peering on the AWS website.
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Scylla Enterprise Release Information

As this time, Scylla Cloud uses Scylla Enterprise 2018.1.11, the latest stable release of Scylla Enterprise. As new Scylla Enterprise releases become available, ScyllaDB will upgrade your cluster for you.

Supported Public Cloud Providers and Regions

  • AWS
    • US East (N. Virginia)
    • US West (N. California)
    • US West (Oregon)
    • Asia Pacific (Singapore)
    • Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
    • EU (Frankfurt)
    • EU (Ireland)

Supported Instances

  • AWS EC2
    • t2.micro – Development Only
    • i3 Family
      • i3.large
      • i3.xlarge
      • i3.2xlarge
      • i3.4xlarge
      • i3.8xlarge
      • i3.16xlarge

Supported Replication Factors

  • 3, 4, 5

 

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