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Posts with tag "Apache Cassandra"

Mar12

Augury: Insights into Industrial IoT Time-Series Data

Augury wanted a solution that their small but growing team would be able to set up and manage easily. They wanted something that would be easy to scale up, especially if it needed to hit certain marks on performance. They chose to go with Scylla.

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Feb6

We’re Honored to Receive the InfoWorld 2020 Technology of the Year Award

InfoWorld editors conducted independent research into various information technology domains and recognized 12 leading technologies for their 2020 Technology of the Year awards. This award is a result of the hard work we have put into our database over the years.

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Feb4

FireEye: Providing Real-Time Threat Analysis using a Graph Database

FireEye is a NASDAQ-traded cybersecurity firm that offers a broad portfolio ranging from a robust enterprise threat intelligence platform, hardware appliances to managed defenses and security consulting. Its customers span the gamut from global telecommunications giants to healthcare providers, universities to research facilities, financial institutions to school systems, municipalities, states, and government ministries. In such an environment, where being wrong only once can lead to damaging and even dangerous breaches, security analytics must keep up with the velocity and volume of the threats faced at Internet scale. At Scylla Summit 2019, Rahul Gaikwad and Krishna Palati of the FireEye Threat […]

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Jan9

ScyllaDB’s Top Blogs for 2019

As we look back at 2019, it was a year of growth and progress at ScyllaDB. What was most popular in our blog reflects the strongest interests of our community. So let’s look at the top ten blogs of 2019.

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Dec12

How Scylla Scaled to One Billion Rows a Second

Scylla is a highly scalable, highly performant NoSQL database. But just how fast can fast get? And what happens when you run it on a bare metal cloud like Packet? We set out to design a test that would showcase the combined abilities of Scylla as a database and Packet’s fastest instances.

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Dec11

Project Gemini: An Open Source Automated Random Testing Suite for Scylla and Cassandra Clusters

Today we are releasing a new data integrity testing suite for the open source community. Those who will have the most direct utility for this software will be those testing Scylla and Cassandra databases, or, more broadly, other CQL-compliant databases.

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Dec4

Managed Cassandra on AWS, Our Take

Amazon definitely piqued our interest by announcing their new Managed Cassandra Service (MCS) yesterday. As a database vendor, we’ve been asked by many about our view and even whether they’re running Scylla under the hood since they promise single digit latency. Here is our quick analysis while the discussion is still being hotly debated on Hacker News.

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Nov20

Maximizing Performance via Concurrency While Minimizing Timeouts in Distributed Databases

For you to get the most out of your big data applications, let’s explore the effects of concurrency in distributed databases and provide you with tools to correctly configure your infrastructure for maximum performance, including client-side parallelism and timeout settings.

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Sep16

Making Ad Tech Work at Scale: MediaMath Innovates with Scylla

MediaMath Case Study Graphic

MediaMath plays a key role in the ad tech market by unifying a demand-side platform (DSP) and a data management platform (DMP). Learn how they use Scylla.

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Sep11

Scylla Alternator: The Open Source DynamoDB-compatible API

Alternator

About Scylla’s Alternator Project Alternator is an open source project that gives Scylla compatibility with Amazon DynamoDB™. Our goal is that any application written for Amazon DynamoDB could be run, unmodified, against Scylla with Alternator enabled. Originally, Scylla began as a re-implementation of Apache Cassandra, and it has since proven to be a solid database engine with key performance and TCO benefits over Cassandra. However, we always considered Cassandra to be just a starting point. Now a 5-year old project, Scylla is able to scale to hundreds of machines, petabytes of data and many regions and availability zones. Scylla can […]

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