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Poston Wed, 28 May 2014 5:48 pm

MySQL factory is designed to scale and manage MySQL database in simplified form for companies.
Oracle has created your MySQL Factory, a system that makes the control and escalona MySQL database for business simplified.
The Redwood, company located in California said that the framework used by MySQL Factory will be open source, the same will be given both for high availability, fault detection and horizontal partitioning are introduced in an orderly manner through the demands of the applications made in the cloud.
Some of the features included in MySQL: Factory-monitoring the main database, if there is failure, using secondary database originated from a main bank;
-Automatic routing of transactions on the principal database and load balancing of queries through the secondary database;
-Allow user access to all tables that can be partitioned horizontally out of the staggering for both reads and writes, by selecting tables that must be partitioned and specifying columns that can be used as horizontal partitioning keys horizontal partitioning and moving to new servers or split among multiple horizontal partitioning of database;
-Extensions to PHP, Python and Java connectors allowing conduct transactions and queries directly through MySQL Server routing, eliminating extra latencies caused while the analysis is done by the proxy.

Source: http://www.zdnet.com/oracle-launches-da ... 9919/#ftag = RSS14dc6a9
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Adriano Alves
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Poston Thu, 29 May 2014 9:28 am

The best deal that oracle did was buy the SUN and all the products that she had.
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Thomas F. G

Poston Thu, 29 May 2014 11:22 am

Truth and the portfolio is vast.
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Adriano Alves
---Para cada problema dificil existe uma solução simples.----

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