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The Drizzle Project is a fork of the MySQL 6.0 server. 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. This tutorial serves to showcase the new APIs for Drizzle's replication through a series of in-depth examples.
Drizzle is a fork of the MySQL server focused on modularity, improved performance, and community development. This session will give an overview of the current state of Drizzle, how to install it, and the state of the current tools and language APIs available. The session will also show how to get started with management, writing simple applications, and porting existing applications.
Drizzle and MySQL both have a number of static DTrace probes embedded
within them which allows observability tools to gain deep insight into
what the server is doing. In this session, an overview of these static
probes will be given and examples of utilizing these probes will be
shown using both DTrace on Solaris and SystemTap on Linux.
This talk will give an overview of how to connect to MySQL and which
drivers are available today under Python v2.x, and tomorrow's Python v3.x.
We'll dive into MySQLdb, its strong history, its present. We'll go over
OurSQL and various other community projects, as well as Sun Microsystems'
MySQL Connector/Python (mainted by the speaker).
Are you experiencing current performance bottlenecks in your high availability applications ? Are you designing a new mission-critical application and want to know how best to structure your schema and index strategy for optimal performance? Interested in how to transform your SQL into faster, more efficient queries?
Learn everything about the latest and greatest new feature for MySQL Cluster, pushdown-joins. How it's implemented in the data nodes, how the mysqld integration is done, what the next steps will be and the performance increases that we measured.
Vapour is a server that speaks the memcached protocol and uses MySQL Cluster (NDB) as the storage backend.