November 21, 2015 · Web Design · Comments Off on KVM creators unveil speedy Cassandra competitor

Two of the developers behind the KVM and OSv projects have now released and open-sourced a direct replacement for the Apache Cassandra NoSQL database that they say is an order of magnitude faster.

ScyllaDB is meant as a substitute for Cassandra in the same way that MariaDB can be swapped in for MySQL without blinking. ScyllaDB is written in C++ as opposed to Cassandra’s Java, and its creators, Avi Kivity and Dor Laor, claim its sharded architecture provides the kinds of parallelism and speed-up on a single computer that was previously only available in a cluster.

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November 12, 2011 · Hosting News · 2 comments

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Question by Christos: Cloud Computing?
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Cloud Computing would be fun however i would also want to keep my own hard drive for personal files etc…

I thinks its a great idea and i would use it, so does anyone else think they should do it and would you use it??

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Answer by Tim E
Well I use it a lot at work ie with Winterm and the like, however for the home user I think it would not be of much use, I think Mr Bill Gates is thinking of going down this road on the next release.

You will have to have good WAN connection which is not going to happen in the UK for some time yet, and you then get the Security people that would not like it.

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Question by garlin104300: CLOUD COMPUTING?????????????
How can you protect your company from an outage caused by such an issue with cloud computing?

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Answer by Hat

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