Scylla for Developers¶
Learn To Use Scylla
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- Scylla Essentials – Overview of Scylla and NoSQL Basics - This is an introductory level course that explains the basics of Scylla including information on NoSQL database fundamentals.
- Basic Data Modeling - This is an intermediate level course that explains basic data modeling techniques including information on workflow application, query analysis, denormalization and other NoSQL data modeling topics.
- Advanced Data Modeling - This is an intermediate level course that explains advanced data modeling techniques including information on workflow application, query analysis, denormalization and other NoSQL data modeling topics.
- The Mutant Monitoring System - This is an intermediate level course that is focused on Scylla integrations and setup as well as expanding on concepts touched on in previous courses.
See the entire course catalog.
Scylla Alternator: The Open Source DynamoDB-compatible API (Experimental)
Project Alternator is an open-source project for an Amazon DynamoDB™-compatible API. The goal of this project is to deliver an open source alternative to Amazon’s DynamoDB, deployable wherever a user would want: on-premises, on other public clouds like Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform, or still on AWS (for users who wish to take advantage of other aspects of Amazon’s market-leading cloud ecosystem, such as the high-density i3en instances).
DynamoDB users can keep their same client code unchanged.
Alternator is written in C++ and is a part of Scylla 3.2
Read about the latest Alternator status.
- Scylla Features - Descriptions of features in Scylla Open Source and Scylla Enterprise
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