[brlug-general] Digg.com dropping MySQL
ray at ops.selu.edu
Thu Mar 11 16:07:18 CST 2010
That is my new answer to every server, database, network, security,
application, email, or web problem that we run across. In the meeting
I'll say, "Let's just push it to 'the cloud' and be done with it."
Everyone thinks I'm a genius for saying that, but no one will admit that
they don't exactly know what it means.
On Thu, 11 Mar 2010, Dustin Puryear wrote:
> Seems to happening at a number of places. I know Amazon pushes it in
> their cloud solution.
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> From: general-bounces at brlug.net [mailto:general-bounces at brlug.net] On
> Behalf Of Tim Fournet
> Sent: Thursday, March 11, 2010 3:10 PM
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> Subject: Re: [brlug-general] Digg.com dropping MySQL
> The interesting part isn't that they're getting away from MySQL. It's
> that they're getting away from a relational database and moving to a
> key/value type database.
Ray DeJean http://www.r-a-y.org
Systems Engineer Southeastern Louisiana University
IBM Certified Specialist AIX Administration, AIX Support
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