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Portable Scale-out Benchmarks for MySQL Presentation

Portable Scale-out Benchmarks for MySQL Presentation

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Continuent 2008
Portable Scale-OutBenchmarks for MySQL
MySQL User Conference 2008Robert Hodges – CTO Continuent, Inc.
 
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Continuent
MySQL User Conference 2008
Agenda
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Introductions
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Scale-Out Review
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Bristlecone Performance Testing Tools
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Scale-Out Benchmarks in Action
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Final Words
 
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Continuent
MySQL User Conference 2008
About Continuent
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Company
The leading provider of open source database availability and scalingsolutions
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Solutions
uni/cluster – multi-master database clustering that replicates data acrossmultiple databases and load balances reads
Uses “database virtualization” to provide a seamless client interface
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Value
Low-cost open source business critical solutions
Highly available data
Raise performance and hardware utilization through load balancing
Remove chance of data loss
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Open Source
Sequoia - generic middleware clustering for JDBC databases
Hedera - Group communications adapter library
Myosotis - Java proxy for native PostgreSQL and MySQL clients
Bristlecone - Performance benchmarks for database clusters
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Collaborations: GORDA (Open DB Replication Architecture)
http://gorda.di.uminho.pt

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