ScyllaDB Brings Scylla Cloud to Google Cloud

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The Benefits of Scylla Cloud on Google Cloud

  • Scale Up and Out: Scylla’s performance grows linearly with larger compute instances and additional cores. This translates to fewer nodes to provision and significantly lower cost to use Scylla Cloud compared to other NoSQL DBaaS options.
  • Resilient & Highly Available: Scylla Cloud automatically replicates data across multiple availability zones within a region, totally eliminating single points of failure. Scylla Cloud customers can add replicas and expand clusters across data centers as needed.
  • Security: Among managed DBaaS offerings, Scylla Cloud uniquely provides single-tenant hardened security, with encrypted data at rest, data in transit, encrypted backups, and key management. Additionally, Scylla Cloud is SOC2 Type II certified.
  • Hot Fixes: Updates are applied transparently to a running system, ensuring that the latest features and security updates are always installed.
  • Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Peering: Applications can connect securely to the Scylla Cloud environment, and use private IPv4 or IPv6 addresses to avoid routing traffic over the Internet.
  • Automated Backups: Scylla Cloud offers automated backups directly to Google Cloud Storage.
  • Automated Monitoring: The Scylla Cloud engineering team also monitors your clusters 24x7x365 to ensure your database conforms to your SLAs. Metrics in Prometheus format can also be provided for consolidated monitoring by customers.

Beyond Vendor Lock-in: Running DynamoDB Workloads on Google Cloud


  • Annual reserved pricing, billed upfront
  • Annual reserved pricing, billed monthly
  • On-demand hourly




The monstrously-fast NoSQL database.

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