Step 3: Prophet - A peer to peer replicated property database

Step 3: Prophet - A peer to peer replicated property database

By Jesse Vincent from London.pm
Date: Thursday, 14 August 2008 12:50
Duration: 30 minutes
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Tags: database p2p sync


Prophet is a new 'distributed database' designed for post-web-2.0 applications.

With Prophet, it's easy to build custom database applications and synchronize their data with your friends and coworkers - all without a central server.

Prophet supports arbitrary topology synchronization and has an advanced conflict resolution database which helps make sure that the entire database 'network' works its way to consistency even when disconnected users make conflicting choices about conflict resolution.

In this talk, Jesse will present the Prophet architecture and demonstrate how to build an adaptor to synchronize Prophet with a web 2.0 database-backed application.


Attended by: Vincent Pit (‎vincent‎), Peter Makholm (‎brother‎), Kaare Rasmussen, Paul-Christophe Varoutas, Leo Lapworth (‎Ranguard‎), Mads Gudmand-Høyer, Steffen Mueller, Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (‎ilmari‎), Andy Armstrong (‎AndyA‎), Cecilie Fritzvold, Jason Tang (‎jason‎), RichA, Karen Pauley, Jesse Vincent, Lars Jorgensen, David Leadbeater (‎dg‎), Stan Sawa, Salvador Fandiño (‎salva‎), Edmund von der Burg (‎evdb‎), Patrick Michaud (‎Pm‎), Christian Westgaard (‎ComLock‎), Rune Mydske Nielsen (‎runeni‎), Søren Lund (‎slu‎), Adam Sjøgren (‎asjo‎), Nicholas Clark, Bart Lateur, Gianni Ceccarelli (‎dakkar‎), Stefan Hornburg (‎racke‎), Luis Motta Campos (‎LMC‎), Jozef Kutej (‎jozef‎), Tobias Henoeckl (‎hoeni‎),