1 post • joined 21 Jun 2013
You are making a big deal about MySQL Cluster as the little brother of Oracle RAC. In reality, the Oracle RAC of the MySQL world is ScaleDB. Like RAC (and unlike MySQL Cluster) ScaleDB IS a shared-data architecture. It already supports foreign keys, provide excellent performance on joins, counts, range scans (unlike Cluster). It also provides database node caching for improved performance (while Cluster only provides storage node caching, which ScaleDB also does). Bottom line, if someone wants superior performance in a highly-available and super-fast solution, they should take a serious look at ScaleDB. You can read more about it here: http://www.scaledb.com/technology.php
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