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Drizzle Modularity
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Last week at the Drizzle developer day a few people were surprised at the number of plugin interfaces we’ve created already. I created this image to give a sampling of interfaces and plugins:

As you can see, things are quite different from MySQL.

Gearman and libdrizzle Slides
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Thanks to everyone who came out for the Gearman and libdrizzle talks at the MySQL Confrence & Expo and the Percona Performance Conference! Links to the slides are provided below:

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Coming soon to a gearmand near you…
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I’m wrapping up some Gearman work and packing for the users conference, it should be fun and exciting! I thought I’d send out a reminder that Brian and I will be talking about Gearman at both the MySQL UC and Percona Performance conference, including the possibility of a new release of Gearman. Here’s a hint:

lap> ./gearmand/gearmand -vv -t 4
Starting up
Initializing libevent for main …
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Drizzle Now Has Protocol Plugin Support
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Over the past couple days I’ve been tearing through the network I/O code inside of Drizzle. I moved anything that touched NET into the Protocol class (reading commands, preferences, error checking) and wrapped them with new Protocol methods. I then moved the NET structure out of Session (or THD for the MySQL folks) and into Protocol. At this point all network I/O was going through Protocol, which allowed me to do a proper abstraction layer with the old libdrizzle as a derived implementation class. The next step was to add in a new plugin hook for Protocol, and move the old libdrizzle implementation into a plugin. Since the server is the only thing …

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Upcoming Gearman Events
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Good news! If you want to learn more about Gearman, you’ll have plenty of opportunities in the coming months:

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Gearman Releases
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I’m pleased to announce three Gearman releases today! They are:

  • Gearman C Server and Library - This includes changes to support new part of the protocol, a new Gearman command line tool, and a few other bug fixes and cleanup. Note: This now installs ‘gearmand’ into your preferred ’sbin’ directory, so if you are upgrading be sure to remove the old one from ‘bin’
  • Gearman PHP Extension - This is a brand new PHP extension that wraps the C library to provide PHP with a …
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The Future of Databases
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Reading “Test Center: Slacker databases break all the old rules” has finally inspired me to write this post, which I’ve been meaning to do for a while. The title of my post may be bold, but it is just one version of how things may go moving forward (and was meant to grab your attention). :)

First off, a few issues I have with the article mentioned above:

  • “…tacking the two letters “db” onto a pile of code that breaks with the traditional relational model.” - Since when does a database need to be relational? Sure, …
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Goodbye Concentric, Hello Drizzle
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This Sunday I’ll be flying down to the bay area for my final week of work at Concentric. The following week I’ll be starting as a full-time Drizzle/Gearman developer with Sun Microsystems. This was the position Brian Aker mentioned back in January.

Over nine years ago I was flying to the bay area for my job interview at Concentric. It’s been a great run and I’ve learned a tremendous amount there, writing everything from customized, multi-threaded HTTP …

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Gearman + MySQL Webinar Slides
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Thanks to those of you who came to listen in on the webinar. I’ve posted the slides here if you want them. If you have any follow-up questions, check out #gearman on irc.freenode.net.

New Open Source Conference
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Living in Portland, OR, I was sad to see O’Reilly move OSCON to San Jose this year (don’t they have enough with MySQL, Velocity, …?). So what did the Portland locals do? Start their own:

Open Source Bridge (we have a lot of bridges here in Portland).

It looks like they just opened up their call for papers recently, quoting from their page: “Open Source Bridge is accepting proposals now through March 31st for our 2009 conference, which will take place June 17–19 at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, OR.”

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