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Drizzle Replication: Opening the Doors to Hybrid Solutions

I don’t know how many have heard of or used Drizzle [1], the MySQL engine optimized for cloud and net applications, but there seems to be some activity (from Marcus Eriksson) around creating Drizzle replication to different NoSQL stores: Project Voldemort and memcached [2] or Cassandra [3].

Leaving aside the technical details — which are definitely interesting [4], the solution using the Erlang AMQP [5] implementation RabbitMQ [6] — I think this replication layer could represent a good basis for SQL-NoSQL hybrid solutions, which is a direction we’ve mentioned before: Introducing the Oracle-SimpleDB Hybrid

It would be interesting to hear other stories from those that are investigating the NoSQL hybrid solutions.

And while we are at MySQL engines, I thought I should also mention this question from Ilya Grigorik (@igrigorik):

anyone try or using TokuDB [7]? drop in MySQL engine using fractral trees, claims 10-50x over InnoDB, etc.