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MySQL Semi-Synchronous Replication. See the Magic. Try the Magic.
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Overview MySQL Replication is one of the most used and valued features of the MySQL Server. Unlike some other products on the market, it’s out-of-the-box, easy to configure, non-paid and smart features. Most of our medium/large/super-large installation base are using replication to achieve “scale-out” scaling. Some will use it for backup purposes (not as HA [...]
Observations on key-value databases
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Key-value databases are catching fire these days. Memcached, Redis, Cassandra, Keyspace, Tokyo Tyrant, and a handful of others are surging in popularity, judging by the contents of my feed reader.

I find a number of things interesting about these tools.

  • There are many more of them than open-source traditional relational databases. (edit: I mean that there are many options that all seem similar to each other, instead of 3 or 4 standing out as the giants.)
  • It seems that a lot of people are simultaneously inventing solutions to their problems in private without being aware of each other, then open-sourcing the results. That points to a sudden sea change in architectures. Tipping points tend to be abrupt, which would explain isolated redundant development.
  • Many of the products are feature-rich with things programmers need: diverse
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