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Not only SQL - memcache and MySQL 5.6
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This week there are two big events for the MySQL community: The O'Reilly MySQL Conference and Oracle Collaborate run by the IOUG. At these events our Engineering VP, Tomas Ulin, announced the latest milestone releases for our main products. MySQL 5.6 and MySQL Cluster 7.1 as well as our new Windows Installer. There's lots of cool stuff in there but one feature really excited me: MySQL 5.6 contains a memcache interface for accessing InnoDB tables. This means you can access data stored in MySQL not only using SQL statements but also by using a …

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451 CAOS Links 2011.04.12
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Groklaw declares victory. Cloudera updates Hadoop distro. And more.

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# Groklaw claimed victory, will stop publishing new articles on May 16.

# Cloudera released version 3 of its Hadoop …


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MySQL Cluster 7.2 Development Milestone Release - NoSQL with Memcached and 20x Higher JOIN Performance
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The announcements at the Oracle Collaborate and O'Reilly MySQL conferences mark an exciting milestone in the development of the MySQL Cluster database.

MySQL Cluster is already proven as a write-scalable, real-time transactional database, combining 99.999% availability with the low TCO of open source. With a distributed, multi-master architecture and no single point of failure, MySQL Cluster scales horizontally on commodity hardware to serve read and write intensive workloads.

With these enhancements announced in the Development Milestone Release, MySQL Cluster can be …

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NoSQL to MySQL with Memcached
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The ever increasing performance demands of web-based services has generated significant interest in providing NoSQL access methods to MySQL - enabling users to maintain all of the advantages of their existing relational database infrastructure, while providing blazing fast performance for simple queries, using an API to complement regular SQL access to their data.

The HandlerSocket development at DeNA is a great example of community innovation, with a solution implemented as a custom plug-in and protocol for the MySQL server daemon.

We are …

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MySQL Cluster 7.2 Development Milestone Release - NoSQL with Memcached and 20x Higher JOIN Performance
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The announcements at the Oracle Collaborate and O'Reilly MySQL conferences mark an exciting milestone in the development of the MySQL Cluster database.

MySQL Cluster is already proven as a write-scalable, real-time transactional database, combining 99.999% availability with the low TCO of open source. With a distributed, multi-master architecture and no single point of failure, MySQL Cluster scales horizontally on commodity hardware to serve read and write intensive workloads.

With these enhancements announced in the Development Milestone Release, MySQL Cluster can be extended …

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NoSQL to MySQL with Memcached
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The ever increasing performance demands of web-based services has generated significant interest in providing NoSQL access methods to MySQL - enabling users to maintain all of the advantages of their existing relational database infrastructure, while providing blazing fast performance for simple queries, using an API to complement regular SQL access to their data.

The HandlerSocket development at DeNA is a great example of community innovation, with a solution implemented as a custom plug-in and protocol for the MySQL server daemon.

We are hearing the …

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innodb and memcached
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I had a quick look at the source tree (I haven’t compiled it, just read the source – that’s what I do. I challenge any C/C++ compiler to keep up with my brain!) that’s got a tarball up on labs.mysql.com for the memcached interface to innodb. A few quick thoughts:

  • Where’s the Bazaar tree on launchpad? I hate pulling tarballs, following the dev tree is much more interesting from a tech perspective (especially for early development releases). I note that the NDB memcached stuff is up on launchpad now, so yay there. I would love it if the InnoDB team in general was much more open with development, especially with having source trees up …
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NoSQL to InnoDB with Memcached
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MySQL is the most popular open source SQL database. The ever-increasing performance demands of web-based services have generated significant interest in providing NoSQL access methods to MySQL. Today, MySQL is announcing the preview of the NoSQL to InnoDB via memcached. This offering provides users with the best of both worlds – maintain all of the advantages of rich SQL query language, while providing better performance for simple queries via direct access to shared data.

In this preview release, memcached is implemented as a MySQL plugin daemon, accessing InnoDB directly via the native InnoDB API:

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Brian Aker explains Memcached
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Memcached is one of the technologies that holds the modern Internet together, but do you know what it actually does? Brian Aker has certainly earned the title of Memcached guru, and below he offers a peek under the hood. He'll also provide a deeper dive into Memcached in a tutorial at the upcoming …

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MySQL caching methods and tips
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“The least expensive query is the query you never run.”

Data access is expensive for your application. It often requires CPU, network and disk access, all of which can take a lot of time. Using less computing resources, particularly in the cloud, results in decreased overall operational costs, so caches provide real value by avoiding using those resources. You need an efficient and reliable cache in order to achieve the desired result. Your end users also care about response times because this affects their work productivity or their enjoyment of your service. This post describes some of the most common cache methods for MySQL.


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