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MySQL Users Conference Opening Lines
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Opening introduction from Colin Charles got us started. Karen Tegan Padir VP MySQL & Software Infrastructure was the opening keynote.

She comes from a strong tech background and is passionate about open source, the communities and how to make a successful product.

There isn’t a person that doesn’t go a day without interacting with a website or hardware system that uses a MySQL database.

The big news was the announcement of MySQL 5.4 - Performance & Scalability. Key features include.

  • InnoDb scalability 16way x86 and 64 way CMT servers …
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What are the best MySQL Design Practices?
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Tonight I provided a scope in Best Design Practices for MySQL Applications - Part A of just how much there is to consider with a successful application. I only scratched the surface in some detail, a topic one could easily write a book on, and definitely provide a number more presentations.

At 42SQL we follow the “Scale 2 Success” (tm) approach covering Architecture, Availability, Scalability and Accountability. With this we are able to clearly provide a strategy towards building successful scalable enterprise …

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Building sources with BuildBot
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Unless your in the desert under a rock (where rain is clearly needed), you will have heard of Drizzle - A Lightweight SQL Database for Cloud and Web. My company 42SQL is sponsoring the BuildBot for the Drizzle project. BuildBot is a system to automate the compile/test cycle required by most software projects to validate code changes.

Check out Installing Buildbot for what’s necessary to get a …

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