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python-mysql-replication - Pure Python Implementation of MySQL replication protocol build on top of PyMYSQL

  •    Python

Pure Python Implementation of MySQL replication protocol build on top of PyMYSQL. This allow you to receive event like insert, update, delete with their datas and raw SQL queries. The project is used in production for critical stuff in some medium internet corporations. But all use case as not been perfectly test in the real world.

Maxwell's daemon - A mysql-to-json kafka producer

  •    Java

This is Maxwell's daemon, an application that reads MySQL binlogs and writes row updates to Kafka as JSON. Maxwell has a low operational bar and produces a consistent, easy to ingest stream of updates. It allows you to easily "bolt on" some of the benefits of stream processing systems without going through your entire code base to add (unreliable) instrumentation points.

kingbus - A distributed MySQL binlog storage system built on Raft

  •    Go

MySQL replication protocol compatibility, pull the binlog files from the master through gtid mode, and push the binlog file to slave through gtid mode in the same way. Geo-Replication, kingbus uses Raft to support Geo-Replication. The binlog data written to the cluster is guaranteed to be consistent between multiple nodes, and the order of binlog event is exactly the same as that on the master.

changestream - A stream of changes for MySQL built on Akka

  •    Scala

Changestream sources object-level change events from a MySQL Replication Master (configured for row-based replication) by streaming the MySQL binlog and transforming change events into JSON strings that can be published anywhere. Currently, Amazon Simple Queuing Service (SQS), Amazon Simple Notification Service and Amazon S3 are supported with optional client-side message encryption via AES.




mysql-binlog-events - download from http://labs.mysql.com/

  •    C++

The MySQL Binlog Events Library is a C++ library for reading MySQL replication events, either by connecting to a server or by reading from a file. To handle reading from a server, it includes a very simple client. You need to have CMake version 2.8 or later and MySQL-5.7.x .