Other storage engines may be available from third parties and community members that have used the Custom Storage Engine interface.
You can find more information on the list of third party storage engines on the MySQL Forge Storage Engines page.
Third party engines are not supported by MySQL. For further information, documentation, installation guides, bug reporting or for any help or assistance with these engines, please contact the developer of the engine directly.
Third party engines that are known to be available include the following; please see the MySQL Forge links provided for more information:
PrimeBase XT (PBXT) — PBXT has been designed for modern, web-based, high concurrency environments.
RitmarkFS — RitmarkFS allows you to access and manipulate the file system using SQL queries. RitmarkFS also supports file system replication and directory change tracking.
Distributed Data Engine — The Distributed Data Engine is an Open Source project that is dedicated to provide a Storage Engine for distributed data according to workload statistics.
— A pluggable storage engine that allows read-only
access to Microsoft Access
solidDB for MySQL — solidDB Storage Engine for MySQL is an open source, transactional storage engine for MySQL Server. It is designed for mission-critical implementations that require a robust, transactional database. solidDB Storage Engine for MySQL is a multi-threaded storage engine that supports full ACID compliance with all expected transaction isolation levels, row-level locking, and Multi-Version Concurrency Control (MVCC) with nonblocking reads and writes.
BLOB Streaming Engine (MyBS) — The Scalable BLOB Streaming infrastructure for MySQL will transform MySQL into a scalable media server capable of streaming pictures, films, MP3 files and other binary and text objects (BLOBs) directly in and out of the database.