Drizzle Storage Engine Development. Practical Example with BlitzDB

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Drizzle is a fork of the MySQL server that has been talked about for sometime. This tutorial will cover how the Storage Engine API and it’s subsystem has evolved. We will walk through the API with BlitzDB, a storage engine that is built on top of the new storage subsystem.

This tutorial assumes basic C/C++ knowledge.

Topics Covered:

  • Drizzle and BlitzDB Overview
  • Understanding the Storage Engine layout
  • Walking through the StorageEngine Class
  • Walking through the Cursor Class
  • Drizzle and Google Protocol Buffers
  • Using the Drizzle Test Framework
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Toru Maesaka

mixi, Inc

Toru Maesaka is an open source developer and an active community member of memcached and the Drizzle Project. Just as much as hacking, he loves to get upfront and promote things that he finds useful that others can benefit from. Professionally, he is a Software Engineer at Mixi, a company that operates the largest social network in Japan.

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