Category: Launchpad

Bazaar | 2010-07-22

Developing Nova on Linux – Getting Started

In the past few weeks, I’ve gotten involved in the newly-debuted OpenStack project. Right now, my focus is on the Compute sub-project of the stack, called Nova. The initial pieces […]

C/C++ | 2010-03-08

Happiness is a Warm Cloud

Although a few folks knew about where I and many of the Sun Drizzle team had ended up, we’ve waited until today to “officially” tell folks what’s up. We — […]

C/C++ | 2009-02-05

Where Drizzle Is Succeeding

Over the past few weeks, I have been happy working on Drizzle. Why have I been happy? Is it because of some new incredible code that will revolutionize the database […]

Drizzle | 2008-11-21

Drizzle Cirrus Milestone – Moving Forward

Brian, Monty, Stewart, Lee and myself sat down yesterday and fleshed out the blueprint tasks that we are targeting for the Cirrus milestone. This marks the first time we’ve made […]

Articles | 2008-09-10

Enabling and Fixing Drizzle Test Cases

When Brian began the work on refactoring the MySQL 6.0 Server source code into what has now become the Drizzle Project, a number of code pieces were removed, including some […]

Bazaar | 2008-08-29

Huge Performance Improvement for Bazaar Coming Soon

In writing my last article, I mentioned working with John Arbash Meinel, one of the lead developers of Bazaar, in attempting to diagnose and fix the performance bottlenecks apparent in […]