Running a Cost-Effective DynamoDB-Compatible Database on Managed Kubernetes Services


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Sponsored by SCYLLADB

Thursday, July 30, 2020
1 pm ET

Scylla is an open source drop-in NoSQL replacement for Amazon's DynamoDB (and Apache Cassandra) with lightning-fast throughput and ultra-low latency. Scylla provides a cost-effective (1/7th the TCO) alternative to Amazon’s DynamoDB that's deployable anywhere: on-premises, on any public cloud ( Azure GCP, AWS) or as a fully managed DBaaS.

In this session, we will cover:

  • How Scylla created its DynamoDB-compatible API (Alternator)
  • The cost and performance advantages of Scylla
  • Running Scylla Alternator on Kubernetes
  • A demo of Scylla Alternator on GKE
Moreno Garcia
Solution Architect - ScyllaDB
Moreno Garcia is a problem solver by talent and trade. He has worked in IT for 17 years, the last seven as a solution architect. An open source software enthusiast, Moreno loves applying new technology to solve old problems, and hates acronyms with a passion.

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