The Drizzle Project is a fork of the MySQL 6.0 server and aimed at serving large cloud computing environments. One of the many goals of Drizzle is to enable a large plugin ecosystem by improving, simplifying, and modernizing the application programming interfaces between the kernel and the modules providing services for Drizzle.
Drizzle’s replication system is entirely new and different from MySQL. It uses Google Protobuffer messaging in its application programming interface to communicate changes to the state of one server to another server. Plugins are easy to implement which enable a developer to entirely customize their replication system. This tutorial describes the APIs used in Drizzle’s replication system in depth and walks through the construction of several example plugins demonstrating the flexibility and power of the replication API.
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Jay is a Drizzle code monkey.
Padraig O’Sullivan is a software engineer at Akiban Technologies Inc. He is working on the core Akiban Orthogonal Architecture as well as contributing to the open source community in projects such as Drizzle. He has an M.S. in Computer Engineering from the University of Maryland. Originally from Killarney in Ireland, he now lives and works in Boston.
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