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paperwork - Paperwork - OpenSource note-taking & archiving alternative to Evernote, Microsoft OneNote & Google Keep

  •    Dockerfile

Paperwork is an open-source, self-hosted alternative to services like Evernote ®, Microsoft OneNote ® or Google Keep ®. This branch contains the second iteration of Paperwork, which is a complete rewrite. Not only is it based on another framework - it is based on a completely different technology stack. It is in its very early development phase and not yet usable.

dbbench - 🏋️ dbbench is a simple database benchmarking tool which supports several databases and own scripts

  •    Go

dbbench is a simple tool to benchmark or stress test databases. You can use the simple built-in benchmarks or run your own queries. Attention: This tool comes with no warranty. Don't run it on production databases.

scylla-ansible-roles - Ansible roles for deploying and managing Scylla, Scylla-Manager and Scylla-Monitoring

  •    Python

This repo contains the Ansible roles and example playbooks used for deploiying and maintaining Scylla clusters. The roles produce some outputs that can be used with the other roles, running all 3 in tandem is recommended, but not required. This role will deploy Scylla on the provided set of roles. Please see the role's README and defaults/main.yml for variable settings. The inventory also has to be configured properly for this role, specifically the [scylla] group members, if using the GPFS snitch much have dc and rack properties, and if using one of the public-cloud snitches they need to have dc_suffix set the same way.

terraform-aws-scylla - Terraform module for creating Scylla clusters on AWS

  •    HCL

Terraform module for deploying ScyllaDB cluster on AWS. It also deploys Scylla Monitoring Stack alongside the cluster, to monitor its metrics.

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