Scylla Cloud is a managed NoSQL cloud database by ScyllaDB team. Scylla Cloud takes care of deploying, monitoring, and operating a Scylla Enterprise production cluster.
Scylla Cloud is currently available on AWS, with Azure and GCP to follow. Create modern and scalable applications with Scylla Cloud for your demanding users with the highest performing NoSQL database, now available as a cloud service.
The sections below may be used both for on-premises and in the cloud deployments, unless otherwise specified.
Learn To Use Scylla
- Learn Scylla by Example - The Mutant Monitoring Systems (MMS) interactive story
- Scylla Features - Descriptions of upcoming features in Scylla
Scylla is Apache Cassandra compatible at the CQL binary protocol level and any driver which uses CQL will work with Scylla (more here). Any application which uses a CQL driver will work with Scylla.
The list below contains integration projects using Scylla with third-party projects. If you have tested your application with Scylla and want to publish the results, contact us using the mailing list.
Scylla and Spark
- Hooking up Spark and Scylla (multi-part blog - part 1)
- Hooking up Spark and Scylla (multi-part blog - part 2)
- Hooking up Spark and Scylla (multi-part blog - part 3)
- Hooking up Spark and Scylla (multi-part blog - part 4)
- Integration with Spark- KB article
- Analyzing flight delays with Scylla on top of Spark (blog entry)
Scylla and Kairos
Scylla and Presto