we don't track specific deployments of MySQL Cluster, but since the
release of 7.2, we have between 1k - 1.5k downloads per day, which is a
2-3x increase on the previous daily run rates.
On 25/05/2012 09:53, Claudio Nanni wrote:
> thanks so much for the compliment, but I think all you MySQL guys created a
> sort of dream in the database world,
> I was working with Oracle 7.3.4 at the time I made the choice to migrate to
> MySQL (3.23) and you know how much we all longed for the features of the
> 'real' RDBMS's!
> I think there was quite a good marketing about Cluster, with white papers
> and webinars (I simply loved them) but at the end, somewhat similar to
> MySQL Proxy (which is even worse), it was hard to adopt it.
> Stewart, do you have idea on how many (%) MySQL Cluster installation are
> versus any other type?
> Also I think with Cluster version 7.2 it might be the time to try again,
> didnt try it, but from what I read, it sounds much better.
> I also would like to try/study Percona's XtraDB Cluster based on Galera.
> Thanks a lot
> PS: now I will chase you for a signature on the book!
> 2012/5/25 Stewart Smith<stewart@stripped>
>> On Thu, 24 May 2012 20:54:09 +0200, Claudio Nanni<claudio.nanni@stripped>
>>> I have the Sun one and it's a very strange edition, it seems they used a
>>> print on demand service,
>> Yes, we did (it was we back then - back when I worked for MySQL/Sun and
>> was on the Cluster team).
>>> I think who has it owns a rare edition :)
>> ... and is a special kind of awesome person.
>>> Anyway, a good book on MySQL cluster 7+ would be very welcome,
>>> Those books are based on 5.x and I think there is a big gap in
>> Yes, there is a gap... there is the effort to write a book versus the
>> likely user base....
>> Stewart Smith
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