[Openstack] [Trove] Relational or Non-relational DB?

Giuseppe Galeota giuseppegaleota at gmail.com
Mon Sep 9 13:37:50 UTC 2013

Dear Josh,
can you link to me some blueprints for non-relational data stores?

Thank you very much,

2013/9/6 Josh Odom <josh.odom at rackspace.com>

>  Hi Giuesppe,
> The mission statement for trove was recently changed and approved by the
> technical committee to include both relational and non-relational
> databases.   There are several blueprints in place for non-relational data
> stores with some implementation work also in flight.
>  -Josh
>   From: Giuseppe Galeota <giuseppegaleota at gmail.com>
> Date: Friday, September 6, 2013 8:23 AM
> To: "openstack at lists.openstack.org" <openstack at lists.openstack.org>
> Subject: [Openstack] [Trove] Relational or Non-relational DB?
>   Dear all,
>  I am a developer interested to the Databases as a Service, and in
> particular for creation of relational and non-relational databases. So I
> joined the Trove project.
>  On this link (https://wiki.openstack.org/wiki/Trove#Mission_Statement) I
> read: "Mission of Trove: to provide scalable and reliable Cloud Database
> as a Service provisioning functionality for *both relational and
> non-relational database engines*.
>  On this link (http://docs.openstack.org/developer/trove/#introduction), instead,
> I read: "It’s designed to run entirely on OpenStack, with the goal of
> allowing users to quickly and easily utilize the features of *a
> relational database*"
>  So, I am confused.
>  1) Is Trove designed to create both a *relational *and a *non-relationa*l
> database?
>  2) Is Trove designed to create *only a relational* database?  In this
> case, how can I modify the source code in order to allow creation of
> relational databases that use no-mysql engine (but use, for example,
> Postegres)?
>  Thank you very much,
> Giuseppe
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