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From dma...@gridgain.com
Subject Re: MyBatis and Apache Ignite integration
Date Sat, 23 Jan 2016 08:28:27 GMT
Hi Eduardo,

It's nice to hear from you! Thanks the help and details!

Absolutely agree with you that the interface is straightforward and I don't 
see any difficulties that can arise during its implementation.
I'll open an Apache Ignite JIRA ticket soon describing the integration 
details and hope that someone from Ignite community will pick it up the 
next week starting working on the plugin.

As per the hosting I would host everything on MyBatis GitHub repo as it is 
already done for other plugins and in addition would add a documentation to 
Apache Ignite [1]. This way both MyBatis and Ignite community will be aware 
about the integration and we don't need to host the plugin in different 

I've copied Ignite dev community to the discussion - dev@ignite.apache.org. 
So please make sure that this dev list is copied when you reply ;)

If someone else from either MyBatis or Ignite community has any thoughts on 
this topic please share.

[1] https://apacheignite.readme.io   


On Saturday, January 23, 2016 at 12:46:08 AM UTC+3, Eduardo wrote:
> Hi Denis,
> First of all. Wellcome to the list!
> AFAIK all the cache integration plugins have been developed by ourselves. 
> The interface is quite easy so the task is usualy pretty straight forward. 
> I will be very happy to help with the integration! I would suggest 
> creating a new repo and work on it. Probably it will be better that that 
> someone from the Ignite project builds the plugin and we provide 
> information about how the interface works. 
> Regarding the future hosting, I suppose there will be no problem in 
> hosting the new project at our home in Github but is also perfect that you 
> host it as part of the ignite project. No problem at all with any option!
> Looking forward to starting! :)
> 2016-01-21 10:30 GMT+01:00 <dma...@gridgain.com <javascript:>>:
>> Hi MyBatis community!
>> I'm a committer and PMC of Apache Ignite [1] project and writing to you 
>> on behalf of our community (+ CC-ed) to discuss an integration between our 
>> projects that should be useful for both sides.
>> In short, Apache Ignite is a high-performance, integrated and distributed 
>> in-memory platform for computing and transacting on large-scale data sets 
>> in real-time, orders of magnitude faster than possible with traditional 
>> disk-based or flash technologies.
>> Inside of our community we see a growing interest in a field of usage 
>> MyBatis along with Apache Ignite. There are use cases when developers/users 
>> wants to use Apache Ignite as MyBatis second level cache. Since such an 
>> interest is growing constantly we think that it's a right time to make this 
>> happen.
>> As I see MyBatis already supports second level cache for Redis, Hazelcast 
>> and Ehcache.
>> How do you usually add such components? Were they added by MyBatis guys 
>> or were developed by guys from Redis, Hazelcast, etc.? 
>> [1] https://ignite.apache.org/
>> Regards,
>> Denis
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