Step-by-Step Guide to Getting Started with Scylla Cloud

First Steps

  1. If you haven’t already, sign up for a new Scylla Cloud account
  2. Recommended: Set up Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) for your Scylla Cloud user account.
  3. Optional: Take advantage of our free trial offering and immediately create your first cluster.
  4. Recommended: After setting up your free trial, check out our Scylla University Scylla Cloud lab session that walks you through all the steps to create a simple demo cluster. Then connect to your new cluster and execute basic commands to insert and select sample data.
  5. Check out the other free Scylla University courses.
  6. Bookmark the Scylla Cloud documentation site.
  7. Join our community on Slack!

Select Your Cloud Provider

  • On the AWS cloud platform, we support high-performance storage optimized i3 and i3en instances.
  • On Google Cloud, we are utilizing n2-highmem machines.

BYOA as an Option

Capacity Planning

  • read and write throughput
  • average item size
  • projected data set size

Deployment

Launch Time!

Connecting to Your Cluster

Monitoring Your Cluster

Testing the Limits

Alternator

Conclusion

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