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Oct22

What’s New at Scylla University? New Data Modeling Course, Certificates, Training Day

We’ve been busy creating more content for Scylla University and improving the platform. So, what’s new? Data modeling course, Certificates and Scylla Summit Training Day.

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Oct10

Onsite and Online Live Training

Scylla offers a variety of ways to get your knowledge ramped up when it comes to Scylla administration, data modeling and various features usage. Many of our customers still prefer the human touch: personalized and customized knowledge delivery from our Scylla experts through onsite and online training.

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Sep10

Scylla Summit 2019 Training Day

As part of the Scylla Summit 2019, we’re hosting a pre-summit training day on November 4th with tracks for everyone from novices to admins. Register now!

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Aug19

You’re Invited to Scylla Summit 2019!

Scylla Summit is returning to San Francisco this November 5th and 6th and you’re invited! Now in its fourth year, our annual community and industry conference promises to deliver even more big data insights, engaging speakers and momentous product announcements.

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Jun6

Scylla University: Data Modeling in Scylla Essentials

Scylla University: Data Modeling in Scylla Essentials

I recently had the pleasure of exchanging a few questions and answers with Guy Shtub, Manager of Scylla University. Guy had some exciting news about a new module available for Scylla University users plus shared his insights into what else is in the works.

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Feb27

Introducing Scylla University

Scylla University

So you’re thinking of running your applications with Scylla? You’ve probably heard it’s a lightning fast, self-optimizing, highly available Apache Cassandra drop-in replacement. Yet you may still have questions like: How do I upgrade from my current system? How many nodes do I need? How do I ensure that my data is consistent across the database? How should applications be written to maximize database performance? How do I scale up or scale out? To make it easier to find answers to these questions and many more, we have launched Scylla University. Anyone in your organization can now take advantage of […]

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Oct2

Ready, Set, Train! Get Trained by the Experts at Scylla Summit!

Novice and Advanced Training at Scylla Summit 2018

I’m excited to announce this year’s Pre-Scylla Summit training day will offer two levels of training, Novice and Advanced. These hands-on training sessions will be conducted by our best and brightest staff, including our lead engineers and architects — even our co-founders will be on-hand to answer any questions from users. Both tracks are filling up so please don’t delay. Register Today! Our training day is November 5. It’s your best opportunity to master Scylla while networking with your peers. When registering be sure to choose “Scylla Summit + 1 Day Training.”  A Full Brainy Day’s Schedule View the Scylla […]

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Jul24

Why attend Scylla Summit 2017 in San Francisco?

Scylla Summit image

We are excited to announce that Scylla Summit 2017 is coming to San Francisco October 24-25th. Scylla community members, users, and developers from the Cassandra project and other NoSQL technologies are invited to come and participate in the Summit. Scylla powers more than 40 organizations in production with deployments ranging up to 100 nodes per cluster and up to 6 data centers. We are releasing Scylla 2.0 soon with almost 100% parity with Cassandra. Our users are ready to share their stories about migrating from Cassandra, MongoDB, Redis, Hbase, and relational databases. We share a joint destiny with Cassandra users, […]

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Dec12

Scylla Training at Samsung SDS

Scylla training Samsung SDS

Recently, my colleague Nir Mayaan and I traveled to Samsung SDS in Seoul, South Korea for a 3-day training session. The classroom consisted of developers, operations, and DBA professionals learning about Scylla and the best way to operate Scylla in different environments.

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