Q4M is a message queue that works as a pluggable storage engine of MySQL 5.1.
Originally developed for Pathtraq (one of Japan’s largest web access stats service), the performance and stability of Q4M is highly renowned within the nation, and other organizations have started using it, including Mixi (Japan’s largest SNS provider).
In the presentation, the original developer of Q4M will explain:
so that the audiences can understand and start using Q4M to offload, modularize, stabilize web services, and/or to create loosely-coupled services using the message queue.
Kazuho Oku is a software engineer living in Japan. He is the original developer of:
He is currently working for Cybozu (Japan’s largest groupware vendor) as a researcher of platform software and services. Awarded as TR100 by Technology Review in 2002, “Super Creator” by IPA, Japan in 2005.
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