Drizzle7 Beta Released

I'm happy to announce that today we've released the first beta of Drizzle7! It's been an exciting ride so far and I'm expecting it to be only more exciting moving forward, now that I can actually say things like "yes! please try it!"

Some quick thoughts:

 

  • We're speaking MySQL Protocol over 3306 by default - all of your MySQL connectors should work fine.
  • drizzledump can read from MySQL and write to Drizzle.
  • Replication has changed.
  • Authentication has changed.
  • Options processing has changed.
  • There are tons of plugins.

 

We're actually going to care about breaking things moving forward. 

So... yes! please try it! I'm excited to find out what new things people are going to try to do with it.

 

3 Comments

  1. [1]   Matthew Montgomery
    September 29, 2010 at 12:38 PM

    Wow you guys jump versions. What ever happed to starting at version 1.0? ;-)
  2. [2]   Sheeri Cabral
    September 29, 2010 at 12:48 PM

    awesome! are you going to speak at opensqlcamp about it? it doesn't look like we have any Drizzle representation in Boston this year...(Oct 16-17).
  3. [3]   Jobin Augustine
    October 01, 2010 at 01:38 AM

    Congratulations!. A humble child is born. I think regarding the Version number 7. I hope cherry, dexter etc were major revisions and thats how we reached 7. am i got it correct?