ScyllaDB is a fast and highly scalable NoSQL database designed to provide predictable performance at a massive cloud scale. It can handle millions of operations per second at a scale of gigabytes or petabytes. It’s also designed to be compatible with Cassandra and DynamoDB APIs. Scylla is used by Zillow, Comcast, and for Discord’s 350M+ users, and it continues to gain popularity in other cloud-native and highly scalable cloud-centric workloads.
Dor Laor is the Co-founder and CEO of Scylla, and he’s our guest today.
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