The Scylla team is pleased to announce the availability of Scylla Open Source 3.1.0, a production-ready release of our open source NoSQL database. Scylla is an open source NoSQL database offering the same Cassandra Query Language (CQL) interface as Apache Cassandra, along with the same horizontal scale-out and fault-tolerance characteristics. Implemented from scratch in C++ with a close-to-the-hardware architecture, Scylla delivers 10X the throughput, consistent, low single-digit latencies, and significantly reduces the number of database nodes you require and self-optimizes to dynamic workloads and various hardware combinations. With the release of Scylla Open Source 3.1, we’ve introduced a number of […]
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.
Today we’ll share our conversation with Brian Hall of Expero, and Ryan Stauffer of Enharmonic. Together they will present back-to-back sessions entitled Incorporating JanusGraph into Your Scylla Ecosystem and Powering a Graph Data System with Scylla + JanusGraph.
In the first part of this blog we’ve learned a bit about compression theory and how some of the compression algorithms work. In this part we focus on practice, testing how the different algorithms supported in Scylla perform in terms of compression ratios and speeds.
In this two-part blog we’ll focus on the problem of storing as much information as we can in the least amount of space as possible. This first part will deal with the basics of compression theory and implementations in Scylla.
A question we keep getting from customers is: “How can I monitor Scylla with Datadog?” And more generally “How do you integrate Datadog and Prometheus?” Find out how to enable this on your Scylla cluster.
The 2019 Scylla User Awards will recognize user accomplishments and contributions to the Scylla community across 9 categories. Nominate your team today!
ScyllaDB’s Glauber Costa explores cgroups and systemd, and how these can be used to define slices which can be used to protect database performance.
You’ll learn a lot by joining us at Scylla Summit 2019. This year’s event will be held November 5-6 at the Parc 55 Hilton Hotel in San Francisco, where you get two full days of technical use cases, Scylla internals and best practices.
Looking back at the year and a half since our last round of funding, it’s gratifying to recognize the progress we’ve made in the past 18 months. We grew the number of paying customers by 5X! We’ve advanced 80 places on db-engines. We’ve launched an impressive set of new features and capabilities to tackle whole new use cases, as we’ve documented in more than 100 blog posts!