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Building Your Own Storage Engine for MySQL
Brian Aker, Director of Architecture, MySQL AB

Track: MySQL
Date: Wednesday, July 28
Time: 10:45am - 11:30am
Location: Columbia


With MySQL, you decide the storage engine system you wish to use. While MySQL comes with storage engines tuned for transaction and data warehousing systems, to some, neither of these may be the right solution.

Are you a developer who has a data format that you spend time pushing into MySQL daily? Do you have your own idea about the best method for storing your data? This talk provides you with the know-how to create a read/write storage engine of your own. The talk will walk through the API and will show you the key points of how to connect your data to MySQL. You provide the data, MySQL provides the SQL, JDBC, DBD, and other connectors to make your data available to your favorite applications.

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