Articles in scylla

Scylla 1.4 on Compose - Optimizing connectivity

Compose is pleased to announce the availability of Scylla 1.4.2 on the Compose platform. This is the first update of the database since its arrival as a beta database on Compose. Compose databases are fully featured and managed while in beta as we co…

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NewsBits - Scylla 1.4 released, Datastax/Cassandra diverge, pgAdmin 4 updated, Amazon Linux for all and more

Compose NewsBits for the week ending November 4th - Scylla 1.4 builds on monitoring and tracing, Datastax unhooks itself from the Cassandra development train, pgAdmin 4's first update, Amazon's Linux AMI for all, updated curl, npmjs.org vs Microsoft'…

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Talking ScyllaDB with CTO Avi Kivity

We recently sat down with CTO of ScyllaDB, Avi Kivity, to talk about Scylla, its roots, how it approaches being Cassandra compatible, and where Scylla is going from here. Dj Walker-Morgan: Hi Avi, as you know, at Compose we are just rolling out Scyl…

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ScyllaDB's come to Compose

ScyllaDB has arrived on Compose and it already looks like it's set to be a favorite with polyglot persistent developers. The wide-column-store is directly compatible with the Java based Apache Cassandra but being implemented in C++ and focused on opt…

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Scylla 1.3, Conferences, Apollo, CockroachDB, gRPC, Redbot and more : Compose's Little Bits 45

Scylla is thrifty with 1.3, Conferences to go to, Apollo's typescripted GraphQL re-write, CockroachDB's code yellow, gRPC hits 1.0, Redbot's graphical chatbot, Redisson's Redis-backed Java objects, tales of terror from JavaScript testing and PicoLisp…

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