In this talk we examine the little things that may not be obvious, nor easy to test. It’s not a session about full architectures, or how to scale up or scale out, we examine the microlevel and try to find the optimal way to do the small things. It’s a session about how we found best practices through trial-and-error methods, backed up by benchmarks.
Along with each benchmark, you’ll hear our (sometimes differing) opinions on why the benchmark results are the way they are. If you’ve ever seen a debate between a Brit and a Swede, this can be pretty interesting.
A highlight of the benchmarks this year:
If you think knowing the answer to those questions would be interesting, don’t forget to pay us a visit at the User Conference.
Tobias is working his seventh year with MySQL, and has done well over a hundred training classes and consulting engagements. Between customer engagements he tries to find ways to use old features in new exciting ways with MySQL.
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