ScyllaDB Announces Integration with World’s First 10nm Qualcomm Centriq 2400 Server Processor

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By coupling our high throughput performance processor with ScyllaDB’s innovative Cassandra alternative, our customers can deliver exceptional performance at lower power across a multitude of nodes at scale.

PALO ALTO, California

ScyllaDB, the next generation of NoSQL, today announced that it has integrated its open source database with the Qualcomm Centriq™ 2400 processor, Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies’ new Arm-based server processor chip. Initial internal benchmarks show impressive performance and horizontal scalability when running Scylla on Qualcomm Centriq 2400, demonstrating the opportunity for organizations to significantly boost application performance while reducing total cost of ownership.

Scylla is an open source drop-in Apache Cassandra replacement that is powered by C++. Utilizing the best from Cassandra in high availability, fault tolerance and a rich ecosystem, Scylla offers developers a higher performing and more resource-effective Cassandra alternative to power demanding applications without compromising availability.

“Qualcomm Centriq 2400 processor was purpose built for cloud-native applications that are highly threaded and deployed in scale-out topologies,” said Ram Peddibhotla, vice president, product management, Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies. “By coupling our high throughput performance processor with ScyllaDB’s innovative Cassandra alternative, our customers can deliver exceptional performance at lower power across a multitude of nodes at scale. Our collaboration with ScyllaDB exemplifies the open ecosystem around Qualcomm Centriq 2400 processor that enables customers to deploy best-of-breed solutions.”

ScyllaDB recently completed a benchmark study of its database running on three Qualcomm Centriq 2400-based servers, with a varying number of cores on each machine. The study shows that performance exceeded 1,000,000 IOPS, and scaled linearly as the number of cores per machine was increased from 10 to 40.

“Our collaboration on the Qualcomm Centriq 2400 server processor has brought our powerful Scylla NoSQL database to a purpose-built high-performance processor that offers developers and customers alike an exceptional performance point for demanding applications without compromising availability, scalability, and total cost of ownership,” said Dor Laor, CEO of ScyllaDB. “The combination of Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies’ novel architecture and Scylla’s shared-nothing approach enables applications to scale up with the number of cores, driving significant improvements to performance, power and cost.”

ABOUT SCYLLADB
ScyllaDB is the world’s fastest NoSQL database. Fully compatible with Apache Cassandra, Scylla embraces a shared-nothing approach that increases throughput and storage capacity to 10X that of Cassandra. AppNexus, Samsung, Mogujie, Outbrain, Kenshoo, Olacabs, Investing.com, Eniro, IBM’s Compose and many more leading companies have adopted Scylla to realize order-of-magnitude performance improvements and reduce hardware costs. ScyllaDB was founded by the team responsible for the KVM hypervisor and is backed by Bessemer Venture Partners, Innovation Endeavors, Wing Venture Capital, Qualcomm Ventures, Magma Venture Partners, Western Digital Capital and Samsung Ventures. For more information: ScyllaDB.com

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Qualcomm Centriq is a trademark of Qualcomm Incorporated.

Qualcomm Centriq is a product of Qualcomm Datacenter Technologies, Inc.

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