UDF, UDA, and What’s in the Future

Avi Kivity, ScyllaDB29:40November 22, 2019

ScyllaDB is now capable of executing user-defined functions and user-defined aggregates. That allows queries to be more flexible, and in many situations, by avoiding server - client data transfers, faster too. In this talk, we will look at the infrastructure added to ScyllaDB to make it happen. One key piece of that infrastructure, is the integration of a programming language interpreter that allows the users to inject their own custom code. But once that happens, where do we stop? We will look into proposed extensions to ScyllaDB to leverage this infrastructure to allow ScyllaDB to consume your data in faster, more efficient, and creative ways.

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