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Webm: MySQL database performance web monitor

You can download webm from github: https://github.com/ylouis83/webm

webm: mysql web key performance monitor

webm is a tool that display key value graph on website and webm was developed by javascript and mysqlmon ( mysql data collection tool wrote by AnySQL)

Environment need:

Linux version 5+ php5 Apache server

You can also run this tool on windows platform (install xampp )

and webo will come soon ( oracle web monitor tools )

login webm system

mysql redo/binlog size per 10 seconds

mysql insert/update (little delete) per 10 seconds

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Lean Startups and Scalability

I wrote this as a reply to Does Lean Startup Methodology Apply to Consumer Startups?" However, due to comment length restrictions on that blog, I am posting my comment here and welcome your thoughts.

"An enterprise will pilot products and iterate with a vendor: Let's run a 6 month consulting engagement/pilot to evaluate if this new database solves the problem."

Only an enterprise where there is a major disconnect between management and engineering will opt for this path. In enterprises where needed data I/O patterns are understood, taking such path may spell disaster.

The primary problem with the 'lean startup' methodology that I see is that it blindly preaches entrepreneurs to close their eyes, cut corners and just get the product …

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