AWS announced their new generation of Graviton2 System on a Chip (SoC), based on the Arm Neoverse N1 core. AWS claims they are much faster than their predecessors, a claim that we put to the test in this article.
ScyllaDB will be at AWS re:Invent 2019. Stop by booth #2225 in the Expo Hall at the Venetian to play our iPad game, pick up swag, or see our live demo.
We are speaking today with Rahul Gaikwad and Krishna Palati of FireEye’s devops team. Their presentation at Scylla Summit 2019 is entitled FireEye & Scylla: Intel Threat Analysis using a graph database.
In 2017, SkyElectric was running legacy Java software against MySQL. As is common with IoT use cases, SkyElectric’s data size was growing rapidly. MySQL was unable to keep up; queries routinely took up to five minutes to return results.
The I3en family is a class of instances clearly targeted at storage-intensive workloads, but CPUs are still needed to process that data. The largest of the I3en, i3en.24xlarge, ships with 48 cores of the Xeon Platinum 8175M, clocking at 2.50GHz.
“And now for our main event! Ladies and gentlemen, in this corner, weighing in at 34% of the cloud infrastructure market, the reigning champion and leader of the public cloud…. Amazon!” Amazon has unparalleled expertise at maximizing scalability and availability for a vast array of customers using a plethora of software products. While Amazon offers software products like DynamoDB, it’s database-as-a-service is only one of their many offerings. “In the other corner is today’s challenger — young, lightning quick and boasting low-level Big Data expertise… ScyllaDB!” Unlike Amazon, our company focuses exclusively on creating the best database for distributed data […]
Are you planning to attend AWS re:Invent 2018? We’d love to see you! Stop by booth #1910 in the Expo Hall at the Venetian to talk with our solution engineers, learn about Scylla, play our fun iPad game and pick up some cool Sea Monster swag. Our solutions engineers will be on hand for live demos. See for yourself how Scylla uses as little as three i3.metal instances to do millions of transactions per second at single-digit millisecond p99 latencies. We will also demo Scylla Manager, a smart way to control and manage a Scylla cluster and maintain a high […]
The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla 2.3, a production-ready Scylla Open Source minor release. The Scylla 2.3 release includes CQL enhancements, new troubleshooting tools, performance improvements and more. Experimental features include Materialized Views, Secondary Indexes, and Hinted Handoff (details below). Starting from Scylla 2.3, packages are also available for Ubuntu 18.04 and Debian 9. Scylla is an open source, Apache Cassandra-compatible NoSQL database, with superior performance and consistently low latency. Find the Scylla 2.3 repository for your Linux distribution here. Our open source policy is to support only the current active release and its predecessor. […]
This article will shed light on the performance penalties of running Scylla on Docker and discuss the tuning steps to solve them.
The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla 2.2, a production-ready Scylla Open Source minor release.