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Quickly and efficiently migrating hundreds of servers from MySQL to MariaDB
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Via SpamExperts:

SpamExperts has their own anti-spam filtering cloud which is provided as a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model. In addition they have an e-mail security product which they install, update and monitor on-site. Most of SpamExperts’ anti-spam technology has been developed in-house and makes extensive use of the MySQL database. All clients contribute in real-time to their filtering effectiveness, so they have many different data flows that are handled by MySQL. Replication is used to synchronize the data between the systems in a cluster and to push data feeds in real-time. The SaaS cloud is replicated

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MySQL Cluster Helps Mapion to Improve its User Experience
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A new case study has been published that describes how and why Mapion adopted MySQL Cluster as the real-time, mission critical database for their Mapion Mobile applications.

Mapion adopted MySQL Cluster Databse because it allows for the availability of existing applications through its ’shared-nothing’ distributed architecture with no single point of failure, to meet Mapion’s mission-critical application requirements of 99.999% availability. This is coupled with automatic data partitioning with load balancing, which allows almost unlimited database scalability for the company. Mr. Takashi Ando comments, “Some databases supported clusters when we previously reviewed our database technology, but they were hard to operate and would have increased costs substantially. We found ourselves in a completely different situation when planning

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Presenting a Webinar on Memcached Use Cases
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Quick link: register for Designing and Implementing Scalable Applications with Memcached and MySQL (http://www.mysql.com/news-and-events/web-seminars/display-142.html) webinar (June 29)

Ever since its introduction, memcached has been changing the way cost-efficient caching is perceived. Some passionately love it, others cynically hate it.

Today, many large scale web 2.0 properties (including my employer) save millions of dollars by depending on memcached to bring their application response time under control and to offload pressure from databases.

There are several success stories




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