Articles in scylladb

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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Getting Started with Compose's ScyllaDB

Getting started with ScyllaDB is easy since it is a drop in replacement for Apache's Cassandra database. For all intents and purposes, Scylla looks just like Cassandra to your code. So much so that Scylla even uses Cassandra's drivers. The main diffe…

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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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Compose's Little Bit's #35 - Scylla, Meteor and RethinkDB, PostgreSQL, ECMAScript 2016, Git 2.9, Go and more

Scylla goes for monthly updates, using Meteor and RethinkDB, versioning and PostgreSQL, ES7 (ECMAScript 2016) is approved, Git 2.9 arrives with new diffing, Cockroach folk vs Go dependencies, Learning X in Y Minutes, Apple's new file-system and the s…

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Compose's Little Bits #27 - ScyllaDB, PostgreSQL now and future, Ubuntu 16.04, Amazon Inspector and more

ScyllaDB heads past 1.0, PostgreSQL expression indexes and future parallel queries, Ubuntu 16.04 LTS arrives, Amazon's Inspector comes calling, Let's Encrypt issues two millionth certificate, Sinatra hits the road for 2.0 and Monod is an interesting…

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