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May6

Introducing Scylla Enterprise 2019.1

Scylla Enterprise Release 2019.1

With Scylla Enterprise 2019.1 we’ve introduced new capabilities, as well as inherited a rich set of new features from our Scylla Open Source 3.0 release for more efficient querying, reduced storage requirements, lower repair times, and better overall database performance.

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Feb7

Simplify Repairing your Scylla Cluster with Scylla Manager

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We are happy to announce the first release of our new product, Scylla Manager, a management system that automates maintenance tasks on a Scylla cluster. In this release, we now provide a managed repair feature that will automatically run repairs on a cluster.

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Feb6

Announcing Scylla Manager 1.0 – Centralized Administration and Task Automation

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Scylla Manager Scylla Manager adds centralized cluster administration and recurrent tasks automation to Scylla Enterprise. Scylla Manager 1.0 includes automation of periodic repair, with future releases providing more capabilities, such as rolling upgrades, recurrent backup, and more. With time, Scylla Manager will become the focal point of Scylla Enterprise cluster management, including a GUI frontend. Scylla Manager is available for all Scylla Enterprise customers, or for a 30-day trial.

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Dec12

A Year in the Life of mParticle using Scylla for its Mission-Critical Functionality

mParticle and Scylla

If you were forced to choose just one thing that would prompt you to move your mission-critical functionality to a new database, what would it be? Better performance? Worries about future scaling on your existing platform? Easier time for your DevOps? What about awesome support from the company itself? At Scylla Summit 2017, mParticle’s Nayden Kolev explained how all of the above factors started the group one year ago on a fruitful collaboration with Scylla in production.

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Dec7

If You Care About Performance, Employ User Defined Types

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What is a User Defined Type? (UDT)? User Defined Types (UDTs) allow a definition of struct that includes multiple typed named fields (including other UDTs). Once a UDT is defined, it can be used as a column type in a table definition. In Scylla, you can define a Column as a frozen<UDT>.

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Nov3

Scalable, Distributed Secondary Indexing in Scylla

The data model in Scylla and Apache Cassandra partitions data between cluster nodes using a partition key, which is defined by the database schema. Using a partition key provides an efficient way to look up rows using the partition key because you can find the node that owns the row by hashing the partition key. Unfortunately, this also means that finding a row using a non-partition key requires a full table scan which is inefficient. Secondary Indexes are a mechanism in Apache Cassandra that allows efficient searches on non-partition keys by creating an index.

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Jul27

Materialized Views preview in Scylla 2.0

The developers of Scylla are working hard so that Scylla will not only have unparalleled performance (see our benchmarks) and reliability, but also have the features that our users want or expect for compatibility with the latest version of Apache Cassandra. The latest of these new features is Materialized Views, which will be an experimental feature in the upcoming Scylla release 2.0. Because this feature is experimental, users are invited to try it in non-production environments. The initial implementation has limitations which are discussed at the end of this blog and will be addressed in later versions of Scylla. The […]

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Dec15

Scylla Workload Conditioning part one: write request rate determination

Scylla Workload Conditioning

What is Workload Conditioning? What is the best request rate I should throw at my cluster? What disk bandwidth should I make available for compactions? How many reader or writer threads should I have? What are the best size for my memtables?

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