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Posts with tag "documentation"

Jun13

What’s Hot in Scylla Docs?

What's Hot in Docs?

For a highly technical product like Scylla, the success or failure of its adoption rests heavily in knowledge transfer to the community. Documentation is fundamental to that. To find out what’s new and what’s hot in Scylla documentation, I went to the source and had this exchange with Laura Novich, Senior Technical Writer for ScyllaDB.

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Nov13

New Docs: 4 Phases to Migrate from Apache Cassandra to Scylla

Apache Cassandra may have served you well. But alas, nothing is ever perfect, so you’re looking to migrate. Typically sub-millisecond consistency, performance of various operations, compaction, as well as read/write latency (especially under heavy loads) can be less than optimal.

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Nov6

Learn Consistency Level in Scylla with Our Console Demo

In previous documentation installments, you’ve learned about Scylla’s ring architecture and you’ve dug into our fault tolerance documentation. Ready to get your hands dirty?  Our consistency level console demo can help you get started immediately.

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Oct9

Announcing Scylla Fault Tolerance Documentation

What happens if a catastrophe occurs in or between your data centers? What if a node goes down or becomes unreachable for any reason? Scylla’s fault tolerance features significantly mitigate the potential for catastrophe. To get the best fault tolerance out of Scylla, you must understand how to select the right fault tolerance strategy, which includes setting a Replication Factor (the number of nodes that contain a copy of the data) for your keyspaces and choosing the right Consistency Level (the number of nodes that must respond to read or write operations). We recently added new documentation to our Scylla […]

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Sep25

Announcing Scylla Ring Architecture Documentation

To help you get the best out of your Scylla deployment, we’re producing a series of new documentation and blog posts featuring different Scylla concepts and Scylla architecture.

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