We are happy to announce a new update to the ScyllaDB Cloud service.
The update includes new beta releases of ScyllaDB Cloud Serverless and the Admin API and many other improvements.
ScyllaDB Cloud Serverless
ScyllaDB Cloud now offers a Free Trial serverless cluster for 48 hours. Under the hood, Serverless is built on Kubernetes and Scylla Operator, among other technologies.
This is the first general available step toward ScyllaDB Cloud Serverless as presented in ScyllaDB Summit. Learn more about Serverless in this blog.
ScyllaDB Cloud Admin API
The ScyllaDB Cloud Admin API is now available as a beta release. The API exposes operations like:
- Manage clusters (AWS / GCP / AWS BYOA), including the new Serverless free trial.
- Manage firewall rules
- Manage networking configuration (including VPC Peering)
ScyllaDB Cloud Terraform Provider
Based on the Admin API (above), the Terraform provider makes it easier to control ScyllaDB Cloud as part of a larger infrastructure.
Full documentation is available in the Terraform Registry.
The project is open source under the following address GitHub - scylladb/terraform-provider-scylladbcloud: Terraform provider for ScyllaDB Cloud.. We welcome users to report feedback and we also welcome contributions - especially examples, new use cases and documentation!
New Components Releases
ScyllaDB now uses the following components:
New clusters use the latest releases by default.
Running clusters will be upgraded gradually.
You can set your preference for your cluster Maintenance Window time and day.
New GCP Regions
us-south1 (Dallas) was added to the supported GCP regions.
ScyllaDB Cloud currently supports the following regions:
Let us know if your favorite region is not included yet!