Join us for a presentation of the wonderful world of benchmarks and monitoring tools. Here you will learn what is available, how each tool works, and a demonstration using each tool against a running database. Tom Hanlon, a veteran MySQL expert, will cover the strengths and weaknesses of each, where and how to obtain each tool, and an overview of installation and use.
So you want to know how many requests your database can handle before performance begins to degrade? What is the cost/benefit of various indexing strategies? What is the cost of foreign keys, triggers, and stored procedures? What is faster in your situation: MyISAM or INNODB? Perhaps your boss wants to know what sort of machine he should purchase for the migration to MySQL. Or perhaps your web site traffic is growing exponentially…how do you make the big decisions about capacity, hardware utilization, budgeting, and future planning? The answer is benchmarks. This session will show you the tools you need to gather relevant useful benchmarks.
In addition you might want to know, how much disk is left after your online subscriptions grow by %100. Or how much CPU or network traffic is your MySQL server generating. What you need in this case is good Monitoring tools. There is a wide variety of monitoring tools available, from the text based, to the graphical, from the email alert to the phone call, the pager, the alarms, and the red lights. Learn how each tool works and find the one that works best for you.
45 minutes on benchmarking:
Obtaining realistic and relevant benchmarks of the performance of your MySQL servers is invaluable. So where does a weary DBA turn to when he needs to get this data? Fortunately there are many tools available for you. However, deciding what tool is right and understanding the features and details of each can be a lengthy process of its own.
In this session you will get working examples of most flexible, easy to use, and configurable tools available today. Every dataBase is different and every use case is different, so you need accurate benchmarks that reflect the performance of YOUR database. In this session we will cover the following tools:
45 minutes on monitoring:
Benchmarking your servers performance is just half the picture however. What about Monitoring a running server? Monitoring your server is at least as important as Benchmarking and there are a wide array of tools available for the job. In the next 45 minutes of the session Hanlon will demonstrate and review the features of the available MySQL monitoring tools:
DBAs, developers, managers assessing MySQL performance, system admins.
Tom Hanlon is currently an instructor at Cloudera where he delivers courses on the wonders of the hadoop ecosystem.
Before beginning his relationship with hadoop and large distributed data, he had a happy and lengthy relationship with MySQL with a focus on web operations.
He has been a trainer for MySQL, Sun , Percona.
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