Presentations: Replication and Scale-Out

Kian-Tat Lim (Stanford Linear Accelerator Center)
The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope will produce a 20 petabyte database. To support this huge database, we are investigating a new generic scalable architecture with MySQL as a core component. Learn how it can be used by others to manage extremely large databases.
Morgan Tocker (Oracle), Carl Mercier (Defensio)
This talk tests Amazon EC2's (Elastic Compute Cloud) suitability for MySQL scale-out applications, including benchmarks and war-stories from active deployments.
Brian Moon (dealnews.com)
The more popular a web site gets, the more power it takes to run it. Brian Moon will share the journey of their web site from one server, to the cluster they run today, including how they have used MySQL.
Patrick Bolduan (MTV Networks Japan KK), Yoshinori Matsunobu (DeNA)
This session will cover issues including High Availability database architecture using MySQL/DRDB/Heartbeat, modular application design, scale planning, and day-to-day operations of an HA MySQL implementation.
Britt Crawford (Cafepress.com), Justin McCarthy (CafePress.com)
Some data, such as user-created content, grows so large so fast it simply can't be stored in one database. This session will present HiveDB, an open source system for horizontally partitioning MySQL.
Eric Ries (Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers), Chris Hondl (IMVU)
In the course of six months IMVU’s user base quadrupled in size. This session will focus on the techniques used to incrementally add scalability without making large changes to the application layer or disrupt ongoing feature development by the rest of the team.
Naoto Yokoyama (NIFTY Corporation), Kenji Hirohama (Sumisho Computer Systems Corp.), Lisa Phillips (Six Apart), Garth Webb (Six Apart)
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.
Jeff Freund (Clickability)
Master-Master replication provides high availability and serviceability for the applications. Publishing web sites is a read-intensive operation, and the combination of Master-Slave replication with an application layer that intelligently splits database read and write operations allows for rapid scale out. Hear how Clickability solves issues for both environments.
Andy Bang (MySQL)
Automatically detect your replication environments and display their configurations. Monitor the health and performance of those systems.
Learn how Paggo utilized a Replicated Cluster to guarantee the necessary High Availability and contingency for financial transactions.
Chris Kasten (eBay)
This presentation discusses how MySQL was leveraged to provide a large scale personalization technology platform solution for a site like ebay.com, which processes over 2 billion URL requests per day.
Chuck Bell (Oracle)
This session presents the new Online Backup capability. Existing backup options and details of how they compare with the new features will be presented.
Giuseppe Maxia (Continuent), Jan Kneschke (MySQL)
MySQL Proxy is a tool that can enhance existing MySQL server features and create new ones. This tutorial explains how to create new syntax, filter queries, and how to deal with multiple servers.
Lars Thalmann (Oracle), Mats Kindahl (MySQL)
In this tutorial, the developers behind MySQL Replication start by explaining the architecture and major replication concepts and then walk you through a configuration to show what you can do with it.
Charles Lee (Hyperic, Inc.)
This talk will focus on the significant changes Hyperic’s developers made to Hyperic HQ's underlying database code in order to add support for a MySQL backend, and provide tips for other developers.
Robert Hodges (Continuent.com)
This talk presents new open source tools that allow users to set up and run database scale-out benchmarks easily. Hodges illustrates with benchmark results from your favorite MySQL configurations.
Ask Bjørn Hansen (Develooper)
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Ask Bjoern Hansen will be covering the overall platform and architecture considerations involved in tuning applications from a holistic perspective. You'll be shown design scaleable architectures for dynamic, high-volume web sites. Topics covered include caching, scalable database design, replication, load-balancing, and architectural decisions derived from many years of experience.
Patrick Galbraith (Blue Gecko)
Replication is one of the most important features in MySQL. Having the ability to replicate data across data centers is invaluable. Learn how to set up replication, monitoring, and problem-solving.
Lars Thalmann (Oracle), Mats Kindahl (MySQL)
Tips and tricks to speed up deployment of your replicated database server environment. Come learn all the goodies from the creators of the MySQL replication system!
Dathan Pattishall (Rockyou)
Flickr implemented a real-time collection of referrers to Photos, streams, sets and collections. MySQL myISAM/INNODB, curl, Java are the only component used in the setup and it scales linearly. This talk is about building a model for capacity planning, scaling for triple the request rate, and scaling linearly for an intensive application.
Kevin Burton (Spinn3r), Jonathan Moore (Tailrank/spinn3r)
Most existing work in scaling MySQL has focused on high read throughput environments similar to web applications. Burton and Moore will present the backend architecture behind Spinn3r—their scalable web crawler.
Jeremy Cole (Twitter), Eric Bergen (Proven Scaling LLC)
In this session, Cole and Bergen will take a look at the hardware of recent past, today's hardware, and what hardware trends will become interesting during 2008 and beyond.
Marc Taillieu (Roadtrips)
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.
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