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Lots of New Tungsten Builds--Get 'Em While They're Hot
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There is a raft of new Tungsten open source builds available for your replication and clustering pleasure. Over the last couple of days we uploaded new binary builds for Tungsten Replicator, Tungsten Connector, Tungsten Monitor, and Tungsten SQL Router. These contain the features described in my previous blog article, including even more bug fixes (  [Read more...]
MySQL Conference Impressions and Slides
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"Interesting" was probably the most overused word at the MySQL Conference that just ended yesterday. Everyone is waiting to find out more about the Oracle acquisition of Sun. As a community we need to find some synonyms or things will become very tiresome. Personally I vote for intriguing.

Here are slides for my presentations at the MySQL Conference as well as the parallel Percona Performance is Everything Conference. Thanks to everyone to attended as well as to the organizers. You had wonderful ideas and suggestions.



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Implementing Relaxed Consistency Database Clusters with Tungsten SQL Router
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In December 2007 Werner Vogels posted a blog article entitled Eventual Consistency, since updated with a new article entitled Eventually Consistent - Revisited. In a nutshell it described how to scale databases horizontally across nodes by systematically trading off availability, strict data consistency, and partition resilience as defined by the CAP theorem. According to CAP, you can only have two of three of these properties at any one time. The route to highly available and performant databases, according to Vogels, is eventual consistency in which distributed database contents at some point converge to a single value but  [Read more...]
Myosotis Connector: a Fast SQL Proxy for MySQL and PostgreSQL
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SQL proxies have been very much in the news lately, especially for open source databases. MySQL Proxy and PG-Pool are just two examples. Here is another proxy you should look at: Myosotis.

Myosotis is a 'native-client' to JDBC proxy for MySQL and PostgreSQL clients. We originally developed it to allow clients to attach to our Java-based middleware clusters without using a JDBC driver. Myosotis parses the native wire protocol request from the client, issues a corresponding JDBC call, and returns the results back to the client. As you can probably infer, it's written in Java. "Myosotis" incidentally is the scientific name for "Forget-Me-Not," a humble but

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