In 2017, SkyElectric was running legacy Java software against MySQL. As is common with IoT use cases, SkyElectric’s data size was growing rapidly. MySQL was unable to keep up; queries routinely took up to five minutes to return results.
What if your servers themselves are compromised? This is where data at rest encryption comes into play. Data at rest secures the information persisted in a computer, such as on an SSD or HDD volume.
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.
The ScyllaDB team announces the release of Scylla Open Source 3.0.8, a bugfix release of the Scylla 3.0 stable branch. Scylla Open Source 3.0.8, like all past and future 3.x.y releases, is backward compatible and supports rolling upgrades.
I think that the best way to show the appreciation of a DBA/DRE is to balance the chain of trust. Also a clear recognition, when everybody gets praised, it is absolutely vital to make the DBA/DRE appreciated and to raise the awareness within the organization that things do not run smoothly because of magic.
Earlier this month, we gathered all our developers from around the world in Herzliya, Israel, beside the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. We spent an entire week sharing our latest work with our peers, learning from each other in intensive sessions, and bonding together by forming into teams for a series of fun activities. The days were intensive but very interesting and meaningful to all.
We just released Scylla Monitoring Stack version 2.4. The new version comes with dashboards to support the coming Scylla Open Source 3.1 release, new dashboards, and ways to view your Scylla cluster status.
The Scylla team is pleased to announce the release of Scylla Manager 1.4.1. Scylla Manager is a management system that automates maintenance tasks on a Scylla cluster. Release 1.4.1 is a bug fix release of the Scylla Manager 1.4 release.
In practical terms, how do you begin to plan your ultra-efficient Scylla topology? The shift can be intimidating for those coming from a background in Cassandra, or for those coming from a primary-replica architecture, or from a plain old monolithic database implementation. In this post we’ll layout a checklist for designing a Scylla cluster that incorporates both horizontal and vertical scaling.
Since migrating to Scylla our on-call engineers could finally get enough sleep. They’re really happy with this change. We don’t have to watch Scylla 24/7. It just simply works as promised. We can now focus on creating new features for our users instead of repairing Cassandra.