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From Water Guo <water....@antsdb.com>
Subject Re: AntsDB is released with MySQL compatibility for HBase
Date Sun, 19 Aug 2018 17:23:56 GMT
Hi, Stack,

Thanks for trying AntsDB and giving me the feedback. Totally agree with your suggestions.
I will work on that. As a code monkey, sometimes I just need extra motivation to write documents
rather than code. :(


> On Aug 19, 2018, at 7:53 PM, Stack <stack@duboce.net> wrote:
> I took a look. Its kinda fun running mysql client to drive hbase. It seems
> to work, basically.  I had some hiccups and questions which I sent to
> contact on antsdb project. Also suggest that a page or two on antsdb would
> help if you explained architecture, examples (if only to show that it IS
> just like having mysql installed), and what gets created in hbase (and why)
> so easier figuring whats going on (I had advantage in that I saw half of a
> talk you gave at hbaseconasia, etc. -- smile).
> I'll report more after playing more.
> Thanks,
> S
> On Tue, May 8, 2018 at 2:22 AM Water Guo <water.guo@antsdb.com> wrote:
>> Dear HBase Community,
>> I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce my open source project
>> AntsDB. It is a database virtualization software that brings MySQL
>> compatibility to HBase. It means you can use any MySQL bindings such as
>> JDBC, ODBC, PHP, Perl to manipulate data in HBase. It supports most MySQL
>> DDLs and all DMLs, transaction control, table locks, row locks etc. Up to
>> date applications such as MySQL console, MySQL command lines, BenchmarkSQL,
>> MediaWiki, SonarQube, DBeaver, SquirrelSQL and many others can run directly
>> on HBase using AntsDB layer. The project is hosted at
>> https://github.com/waterguo/antsdb.
>> AntsDB is designed to support high concurrency, low latency applications.
>> It uses local storage as cache so it can further reduce the latency of
>> HBase. We have benchmarked AntsDB using YCSB. The result is at
>> http://www.antsdb.com/?p=171.
>> People always ask me how it is different from Phoenix. While Phoenix is
>> building a powerful SQL layer for HBase, we want to focus on backward
>> compatibility. We want to have applications built for MySQL can be used
>> directly on HBase. And people who are familiar with traditional relational
>> database can adopt HBase/Hadoop stack with ease.
>> I’d be very glad if you find the project is useful and your feedback is
>> very welcome.
>> Thanks
>> -water

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