Kubernetes Operator for Scylla (Beta version :warning:)
Scylla is a close-to-the-hardware rewrite of Cassandra in C++. It features a shared nothing architecture that enables true linear scaling and major hardware optimizations that achieve ultra-low latencies and extreme throughput. It is a drop-in replacement for Cassandra and uses the same interfaces.
To quickly deploy a Scylla cluster, choose one of the following options:
- Generic: Follow this guide for the general way to use the operator.
- GKE: An advanced guide for deploying Scylla with the best performance settings on Google Kubernetes Engine.
Scylla Operator is in Beta status.
The scylla-operator is a Kubernetes Operator for managing Scylla clusters. Currently it supports: * Deploying multi-zone clusters * Scaling up or adding new racks * Scaling down * Monitoring with Prometheus and Grafana
Future additions include: * Integration with Scylla Manager * Version Upgrade * Backup * Restore
Scylla performs the best when it has fast disks and direct access to the CPU. To deploy Scylla with maximum performance, follow the guide for your environment: * GKE
Building the project
You can easily build Scylla Operator in your environment:
* Open the Makefile and change the
IMG environment variable to a repository you have access to.
make publish and wait for the image to be built and uploaded in your repo.