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Transforming the Database: Critical Innovations for Performance at Scale


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Your team is serious about ensuring database performance at scale. But legacy NoSQL technology could be eroding the impact of your achievements.

Following best practices for efficient data modeling, query optimization and observability is fundamental. But their power can be limited – or enhanced – by specific database capabilities. Often-overlooked database innovations can serve as a force multiplier, paving a much smoother path to speed at scale (e.g., millions of read/write operations and millisecond P99 response).

This webinar provides a technical deep dive into several such database innovations. ScyllaDB engineers will provide an inside look at innovations dev teams are using to:

  • Squeeze every ounce of performance from modern cloud infrastructure
  • Accommodate volatile traffic without overprovisioning
  • Gain the advantage of external caching without the associated hassle and risks
  • Prioritize the performance of latency-sensitive transactional workloads over higher throughput analytics workloads in the same cluster
Tzach Livyatan
VP of Product - ScyllaDB
Tzach has a B.A. and MSc in Computer Science and has spent many years in development, system engineering and product management and worked as an evangelist at Microsoft.
Benny Halevy
Director, Software Engineering - ScyllaDB
Benny leads the storage software development team at ScyllaDB. Benny has been working on operating systems and distributed file systems for over 20 years. Most recently, Benny led software development for GSI Technology, providing a hardware/software solution for deep learning and similarity search using in-memory computing technology.

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