> That being said, the design sounds interesting; quite different from
> any of the other SQL databases I have seen. The whole thing is based
> on a replication/synchronization scheme, and watching for issues of
> deadlock under conditions of particularly heavy load is likely the
> grand challenge.
I've been interested in Backplane since it was announced; it's fascinating to
see a database server based on a truly *different* concept.
I notice that OSDB seems to have a slight bias towards us. Is someone in
our community on that project? If not, how should we thank them?
Aglio Database Solutions
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