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Read World Web Performance and Scalability MySQL Edition

Read World Web Performance and Scalability MySQL Edition

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Ask Bjoern Hansen will be covering the overall platform and architecture considerations involved in tuning applications from a holistic perspective. You’ll be shown design scaleable architectures for dynamic, high-volume web sites. Topics covered include caching, scalable database design, replication architecture, load-balancing, and architectural decisions derived from many years of experience.

YOU can play with the Big Boys and do thousands of dynamic requests per second. Some extra thought into the overall architecture beats the pants off any amount of micro-optimizations. You’ll learn exactly how to do it.

* Why horizontal scaling rocks.
* Why vertical scaling sucks.
* Which caching strategies work best, when and why.
* Benchmarking techniques: how to measure accurately.
* How to avoid scaling vertically on the backend.
* Scaling your database systems without shelling out for that gazillion dollar Sun box.
* Segment your data the right way when your database can’t keep up.
* The when, where, and what about session data.
* Load-balancing done right.
* Manage your resources to get the most out of your hardware.
* Make a job queue to gracefully deal with big traffic peaks.
* And much more.
Ask Bjoern Hansen will be covering the overall platform and architecture considerations involved in tuning applications from a holistic perspective. You’ll be shown design scaleable architectures for dynamic, high-volume web sites. Topics covered include caching, scalable database design, replication architecture, load-balancing, and architectural decisions derived from many years of experience.

YOU can play with the Big Boys and do thousands of dynamic requests per second. Some extra thought into the overall architecture beats the pants off any amount of micro-optimizations. You’ll learn exactly how to do it.

* Why horizontal scaling rocks.
* Why vertical scaling sucks.
* Which caching strategies work best, when and why.
* Benchmarking techniques: how to measure accurately.
* How to avoid scaling vertically on the backend.
* Scaling your database systems without shelling out for that gazillion dollar Sun box.
* Segment your data the right way when your database can’t keep up.
* The when, where, and what about session data.
* Load-balancing done right.
* Manage your resources to get the most out of your hardware.
* Make a job queue to gracefully deal with big traffic peaks.
* And much more.

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Published by: zmg on Jul 13, 2008
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