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MySQL Oracle Connect 2012 Keynotes
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I’m excited to be here not only to catch up with old friends and ex-colleagues, but also to witness what seems to be the start of a very significant conference from MySQL.

I really enjoyed the introductions done by Edward Screven and Thomas Ulin. Edward highlighted the fact that MySQL is increasing its presence in the market and in the community. This could be thanks to the unbelievable effort done by Oracle in keeping its production cycle on target. Thomas stressed that point and gave a great description of it. He demonstrated Oracle’s main focus points, which are mainly on InnoDB, with implementation and enhancement of the …

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Tutorial: Getting Started with the NoSQL JavaScript / Node.js API for MySQL Cluster
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Tutorial authored by Craig Russell and JD Duncan 

The MySQL Cluster team are working on a new NoSQL JavaScript connector for MySQL. The objectives are simplicity and high performance for JavaScript users:

- allows end-to-end JavaScript development, from the browser to the server and now to the world's most popular open source database

- native "NoSQL" access to the storage layer without going first through SQL transformations and parsing.

Node.js is a complete web platform built around JavaScript designed to deliver millions of client connections on commodity hardware. With the MySQL NoSQL Connector for JavaScript, …

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Looking for MongoDB users to test Fractal Tree Indexing
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In my three previous blogs I wrote about our implementation of Fractal Tree Indexes on MongoDB, showing a 10x insertion performance increase, a 268x query performance increase, and a comparison of covered indexes and clustered indexes. The …

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268x Query Performance Increase for MongoDB with Fractal Tree Indexes, SAY WHAT?
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Last week I wrote about our 10x insertion performance increase with MongoDB. We’ve continued our experimental integration of Fractal Tree® Indexes into MongoDB, adding support for clustered indexes.  A clustered index stores all non-index fields as the “value” portion of the index, as opposed to a standard MongoDB index that stores a pointer to the document data.  The benefit …

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10x Insertion Performance Increase for MongoDB with Fractal Tree Indexes
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The challenge of handling massive data processing workloads has spawned many new innovations and techniques in the database world, from indexing innovations like our Fractal Tree® technology to a myriad of “NoSQL” solutions (here is our Chief Scientist’s perspective). Among the most popular and widely adopted NoSQL solutions is MongoDB and we became curious if our Fractal Tree indexing could offer some advantage when combined with it. The answer seems to be a strong “yes”.

Earlier in the summer we …

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MySQL as a Key Value Store (KVS) - Why, some background and some more tests
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You might have seen my attempts at testing MySQL as a Key Value Store (KVS) (here and here), i.e. used like MongoDB, and I have had some comments to those. Above all, many wanted to know the details of my test environment. To be honest, this started off as a very simple thing, but it turned out a bigger than I thought, so I guess its reasonable to give some background. I apologize for not giving you this …

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Exploring Configuration Management with Ansible
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What is Ansible?

Ansible is a configuration management and deployment system, like Puppet, Capistrano, Fabric, and Chef. Its aim is to be radically simple and let you use your existing scripts to help with cluster configuration and software deployment whenever possible. Here are the ways that Ansible differentiates itself.

Simplicity

Ansible does not include a client/server architecture with pull-based clients (although in more recent versions, it does include pull-based configuration and deployment). Rather, …

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Developer-Driven Databases
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Even though I have come late to the party of professional development, relatively speaking, I am acutely aware of the conflict that seems to pervade the developer-DBA relationship. This is what I gather about why this is: DBAs used to be paid better that developers, and often this was because they were able to reduce the overall license and hardware costs of large database installations. Both the size and proprietary nature of databases made them incredibly expensive, so paying an individual gobs of money to make sure they ran efficiently and that the data was preserved was worth it.

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Balada Para Un Loco – A Review of the MySQL, NoSQL, and Cloud Conference
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… Ya se que estás piantao, piantao, piantao…

For my lastest blog, a review of the MySQL, NoSQL and Cloud Conference, I’ll continue to use the tango metaphor. Balada para un loco (ballad for a crazy one) is a Piazzola classic and explains what I think of Santiago Lertora from Binlogic for single handedly putting together this event; he had to be piantao (slang for ‘crazy’) to pursue his vision to kick start the Open Source database community in South America into becoming as active as it is in the US and …

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NoSQL Java API for MySQL Cluster: Questions & Answers
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The MySQL Cluster engineering team recently ran a live webinar, available now on-demand demonstrating the ClusterJ and ClusterJPA NoSQL APIs for MySQL Cluster, and how these can be used in building real-time, high scale Java-based services that require continuous availability.

Attendees asked a number of great questions during the webinar, and I thought it would be useful to share those here, so others are also able to learn more about the Java NoSQL APIs.

First, a …

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