You can now choose where you can deploy your Scylla Cloud database — via your Scylla Cloud account, or in your own AWS account. Deploying in your own AWS account allows you to keep all Scylla resources in your own account, with your own AWS pricing, and your own company policies and geographic regulation.
We came up with a new compaction approach, named Incremental Compaction, that considerably reduces space overhead with a hybrid technique that combines properties from both Size-Tiered and Leveled compaction strategies. It is exclusively available in newer Scylla Enterprise releases (2019.1.4 and above).
The ScyllaDB team announces the release of Scylla Enterprise 2019.1.4. It focuses on improving stability and robustness, reducing storage requirements with the new Incremental Compaction Strategy and enabling IPv6.
Scylla Enterprise 2019.1.3 is a production-ready Scylla Enterprise patch release. Scylla 2019.1.3 adds two more Key Providers: Table provider and KMIP provider.
The ScyllaDB team announces the release of Scylla Enterprise 2019.1.2, which focuses on improving stability and robustness, by fixing issues, and adding checkpoints to catch, report, and handle issues reported prior to this release.
To take advantage of new security features and bug fixes, you need to stay up-to-date with the latest software. Before you do anything else, update your cluster with latest version of Scylla. Also take the time to ensure that your operating system and libraries are up-to-date as well.
The Scylla team announces the release of Scylla Enterprise 2019.1.1, a production-ready Scylla Enterprise minor release. It includes a new Encryption-at-Rest feature, BYPASS CACHE clause for CQL, plus new Docker and AMI packaging.
Scylla Cloud is continuously enhanced with new capabilities. In this May 2019 update, Scylla Cloud now includes the following features: Two Factor Authentication (2FA), Multi-Data Center Clusters and support for Scylla Enterprise 2019.1.