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Wednesday, August 20 • 3:30pm - 4:20pm
From MySQL Single Instance to Big Data - Morgan Tocker, Oracle

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MySQL is the most popular database on the web but how do you grow from one instance on a single LAMP box to meets needs of high availability, big data, and/or 'drinking from the fire hose' without losing your sanity. This presentation covers best practices such as DRBD, read/write splitting, clustering, the new Fabric tool, and feeding Hadoop. 80% of Hadoop sites are fed from MySQL instances and it can be frustrating without guidance. MySQL's Fabric will manage sharding and provide more flexibility for your data. And using the memcached protocol to access data as a key/value pair can be up to 9 time faster than SQL (but you can still access the data concurrently with SQL). So do not get stuck without a plan for growth.

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Morgan Tocker

Morgan rejoined the MySQL team at Oracle in 2013 as MySQL Community Manager, having previously worked for MySQL and Sun Microsystems. He blogs from tocker.ca, and especially likes the new features in MySQL that make operations life easier.

Wednesday August 20, 2014 3:30pm - 4:20pm CDT
Sheraton Ballroom V

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