Change Data Capture is one of the important new features coming to the Scylla NoSQL database. It enables the user to track updates to a table(s) in real time, supporting a variety of use cases, such as:

  • Real-time update of microservices based on Scylla updates
  • Replicating the data, or part of it, between loosely coupled Scylla clusters
  • Soft real-time analytics updates based on the stream of Scylla updates

Join us to learn:

  • An overview of Scylla's new CDC feature and how it helps you
  • How to enable and use Scylla CDC
  • How Scylla’s CDC implementation differs from Apache Cassandra
  • Under the hood: How CDC is implemented to provide reliable, highly available update streams
  • Scylla’s future plans for CDC


Speaker bios

Piotr Jastrzebski, Software Developer at ScyllaDB
Piotr is a software engineer with over 15 years of experience in programming. Previously he worked for a hedge fund called Two Sigma on alpha/system models execution infrastructure and for Google on Android Java Runtime and Google Search on Android. Piotr holds a MSc in Computer Science from the University of Warsaw.
Tzach Livyatan, VP of Product at ScyllaDB
Tzach manages the Scylla Open Source, Scylla Enterprise and Scylla Manager products. In the past, Tzach was a product manager at Oracle and Convergin, developing products in the Telecom domain.

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