In preparing for this month’s Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo, I’ve been reminiscing about the annual MySQL User Conference’s history – the 9 times it previously took place in its various reincarnations – and there are a lot of good things, fun things to remember. 2003 was the year that marked the first MySQL user conference […]
Following my previous benchmarks of SATA SSD cards I got Intel SSD 520 240GB into my hands. In this post I show the results of raw IO performance of this card.
Following my previous benchmark of Samsung 830, today I want to show results for STEC MACH16 SATA card, 200GB size, this card is based on SLC, and regarding STEC website, it is an enterprise grade storage.
I personally like PCIe based Flash, but from a pricing point our customers are looking for cheaper alternatives. SATA SSD is an options. There is many products based on MLC technology, and Intel 320 I would say is the most popular. I do not particularly like its write performance – I wrote about it before, […]
We’re giving away three full conference passes (worth $995 each) to the Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo, and you can win one simply by sharing the conference with your friends and colleagues! Second prize is one of ten copies of the new High Performance MySQL, 3rd Edition (worth $55 each), the recently released update […]
On Oct. 25th I will be presenting my conference session “Keep your MySQL backend online no matter what” at the Percona Live London Conference. Considering their is a variety of highly knowledgeable MySQL experts speaking at this event I wanted to give my talk a special plug so you won’t miss THIS knowledgeable MySQL expert […]
Harrison Fisk, from the Facebook database team, will be in New York City delivering the closing keynote at Percona Live next month. He’ll be talking about the present status and future plans for MySQL inside Facebook’s environment. As you probably know, Facebook is one of the largest users of MySQL, with their own set of […]
This is a cross-posting of an article we wrote for Engine Yard: Rails makes database interaction so simple that itâ€™s easy to forget that the database isnâ€™t always happy with what Rails does to it. Here are three leading mistakes that hurt many Rails applications. » Read the rest at Engine Yard’s blog. While you’re […]