Valery Kosarev
Valery Kosarev -
: December
22 мин

Pluggable storage for large objects

Storing binary data in database tables is sometimes a good solution for a particular project. But sometimes, due to changes in conditions or insufficient consideration of decisions, such storage is becoming a real nightmare. If there is an understanding of how and where to place these data, the transition to the new solutions are often very hard, often require modification in the application code and downtime the system for migration. The presentation is a particular solution of such problems. Our extension allows to move binary data from database to the storage Ceph and not only. And does it seamless for the applications.



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