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Connecting Mariadb or Mysql

  • 1.  Connecting Mariadb or Mysql

     
    Posted 09-24-2020 04:29 AM
    Hello all,

    I want to try using GridGain community Edition in my application which is based in c++ and my backend is Mariadb.So is there odbc driver to connect to mysql ?

    So my question is there a way to connect Mysql/Mariadb with GridGain?

    The reason I became interested was due to this "https://www.gridgain.com/resources/blog/5-limitations-mysql-big-data".

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    bharath
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  • 2.  RE: Connecting Mariadb or Mysql

    Posted 09-24-2020 05:24 AM
    Hello!

    GridGain C++ nodes still run JVM with most of Ignite mechanics running in Java, so you will still need JDBC driver.

    You can check out the following resources:
    Using 'No Rip and Replace' with Apache® Ignite™, MySQL and Node.js
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    Using 'No Rip and Replace' with Apache® Ignite™, MySQL and Node.js
    In the first article in this series, we installed Node.js, the Node.js Thin Client package for Ignite and tested an example application. In this article, let's look at a particular scenario where Ignite can really help when working with existing data from another source, such as a Relational Database System.
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    External Storage
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    External Storage
    You can use GridGain as a caching layer on top of an existing database such as an RDBMS or NoSQL databases, for example, Apache Cassandra or MongoDB. This use case accelerates the underlying database by employing in-memory processing. GridGain provides an out-of-the-box integration with Apache Cassandra.
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    Regards,

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    Ilya Kasnacheev
    Community Support Specialist
    GridGain
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