We did it! Hear how we went from a third party database system to a 60G MySQL Cluster hosting large external web services and intensive internal data applications flawlessly, in three months.
Falcon is MySQL’s new transactional storage engine, currently in beta. Falcon, however, is not InnoDB and was not designed as a drop in replacement. The talk will discuss the architectural and philosophical differences between Falcon and InnoDB, and the problems that may be encountered when switching between InnoDB and Falcon.
This talk is intended for users contemplating using Falcon for new applications. Starkey and Harrison will discuss the differences between Falcon and other storage engines, the types of applications for which Falcon is a good fit, and ways to exploit Falcon's strengths at the design stage.
NIFTY Corporation will discuss their experiences with MySQL and how
they changed the configuration in TypePad to meet the Japanese
market's requirement, such as more availability, more cell phone
support, and so on.
The power of MySQL Workbench will be shown by using it in several real world scenarios. These will cover migration, automation of schema transformation processes, and schema reporting.
TheTicketDepartment.com is an Online Ticket Brokerage that ties into approximately 800 brokers. Learn how they have tied MySQL 5.1 DB into a MySQL 3.23 DB App using replication and triggers.