ScyllaDB

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ScyllaDB, formerly known as Cloudius Systems, is an open source-centric company, led by the originators of the KVM hypervisor and employ superstar virtualization, database, and OS veterans. The ScyllaDB team is behind OSv and Seastar open source projects

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"So fast!"

What do you like best?

The speed of writing and reading, along with maximizing resources in a zero-config way for servers where it's installed is insanely useful, even if it's not completely API-complete against Cassandra.

What do you dislike?

The license (Affero) was too restrictive for our organization, so we had to pass on using it, despite the ease-of-use and speed benefits.

Recommendations to others considering the product:

If you can afford the Enterprise license or are not bundling it with a solution for sale it is a no-brainer for the use case of storing dynamic tables

What problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?

We would use it as a backend store for longitunidal patient data by data type. Our current solution requires a ton of tuning and node investment that would otherwise not have been necessary if we went with Scylla

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