Zeotap’s Vice President of Engineering, Sathish K S, and Principal Data Engineer Saurabh Verma share how they built the “world’s largest native JanusGraph database backed by Scylla” to meet the needs of tracking and correlating 20 billion IDs for users and their devices.
Today we feature a guest blog by Rohit Saboo, Machine Learning Engineering Lead at Nauto. Rohit has spoken at multiple Scylla Summits, and in 2018 his work at Nauto was awarded the Scylla User Award for More Interesting Technical Use Case. How we build trips consistently in a distributed system Early on, I noticed that one of our services would often have errors in retrieving data from the database. Upon investigation, we discovered that some of the queries were being run with full consistency, which in this case was the equivalent of enforcing that if any single node in a […]
We are now introducing a new shard-aware Kafka sink connector for Scylla. This will allow you to use Apache Kafka and the Confluent platform to their fullest advantages.
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.
Grab is a powerhouse in Southeast Asia. Its mobile app services cover a broad swath of everyday needs, from acting as a mobile wallet, to arranging affordable ridesharing, food and package delivery. Imagine if Apple Pay, Lyft, and Doordash were all bundled in one app. Grab has exploded in use across Southeast Asia, from its origins in Malaysia and Singapore all across Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, Indonesia, and the Philippines. The audience at last fall’s Scylla Summit had a chance to hear about Grab’s use of Scylla in detail, directly from Grab’s Engineering Lead, Aravind Srinivasan. Aravind first presented the […]
The Internet is not just connecting people around the world. Through the Internet of Things (IoT), it is also connecting humans to the machines all around us and directly connecting machines to other machines. In this blog post we’ll share an emerging machine-to-machine (M2M) architecture pattern in which MQTT, Apache Kafka and Scylla all work together to provide an end-to-end IoT solution. We’ll also provide demo code so you can try it out for yourself. IoT Scale IoT is a fast-growing market, already known to be over $1.2 trillion in 2017 and anticipated to grow to over $6.5 trillion […]
To quote Bob Dylan, “the times they are a changin’.” Microsoft loves Linux, IBM buys Red Hat, RedisLabs changes their module license to Commons Clause, Mongo invents Server Side Public License (SSPL) and moves from AGPL, AWS open sources Firecracker and releases a Kafka service, and the hot news from Friday, Confluent changes its license for components of the Confluent Platform from Apache 2.0 to the Confluent Community License. A few weeks ago I wrote about MongoDB’s SSPL, which is similar to Confluent’s new license. You could say the Confluent Community License is to the Apache license as MongoDB SSPL […]
Following up on our previous post on saving data to Scylla, this time, we’ll discuss using Spark Structured Streaming with Scylla and see how streaming workloads can be written in to ScyllaDB. This is the fourth part of our four part series.
Scylla Summit 2018 was quite an event! Your intrepid reporter tried to keep up with the goings-on, live-tweeting the event from opening to close. If you missed my Tweetstream, you can pick it up here: And here we go! “Four years ago, Dor and Avi had an idea for a better database.”#ScyllaSummit pic.twitter.com/lCM08NVDJd — Peter Corless 🌎☮ (@PeterCorless) November 6, 2018 It’s impossible to pack two days and dozens of speakers into a few thousand words, so I’m going to give just the highlights and will embed the SlideShare links for a selected few talks. However, free to check out […]
In the run-up to Scylla Summit 2018, we’ll be featuring our speakers and providing sneak peeks at their presentations. This interview in our ongoing series is with two speakers holding a joint session: Scylla and KairosDB in Smart Vehicle Diagnostics. The first part of the talk will feature Brian Hawkins speaking on the time-series database (TSDB) KairosDB, which runs atop Scylla or Cassandra. He’ll then turn the session over to Bin Wang of Faraday Future (FF), who will discuss his company’s use case in automotive real-time data collection. Brian, Bin, thank you for taking the time to speak with me. […]