MariaDB CONNECT storage engine to simplify heterogeneous data access
What's new in MySQL
14 April 5:15PM - 5:40PM @ Ballroom B
25 minutes conference
The MariaDB CONNECT Storage Engine allows to access various file formats (CSV, XML, Excel, etc). It gives access to any ODBC data sources (Oracle, DB2, SQLServer, etc). It also allows to access remote MySQL tables. A CONNECT table itself can be a set of remote MySQL tables. These tables can be accessed using MySQL partitioning capability. This opens the door to interesting distributed architectures that can help to simplify data access. We will show practical examples of how the MariaDB CONNECT Storage Engine can help you get benefits from your existing data sources. When it comes to heterogeneous data the answer is not simple and the MariaDB CONNECT storage engine introduces a new range of possibilities.
Cloud Solutions Architect, MariaDB
Serge Frezefond is cloud solutions architect at MariaDB He is a recognized expert in the Database area and in particular with MySQL. He strongly believes in the open source model and in the power of a strong community and ecosystem. Serge has a focus on architecture including using cloud providers with databases. This covers the problematics related to high availability, scalability, sharding, caching. He is interested in the interaction of MySQL with Big Data and NoSQL technologies. Serge has also a strong interest in development problematics mainly around PHP and Java. This interest includes PHP frameworks like Symfony or ORM (like Doctrine ...)