We’ll be looking at a few concrete examples of how to use a combination of triggers and small tables and views in order to simulate features not currently available in MySQL 5.1.
This will include a a walk through of how to implement the following:
We’ll also look at a few benchmarks of how they perform, a look at the one’s we’re currently using in production.
Phil Hildebrand has been working with a wide variety of database platforms including MySQL, Oracle, Informix, and SQLServer since 1989.
Early in his career Phil was a UNIX systems programmer writing lexical analyzers for phone book pagination systems, which lead him into database design and development.
Currently Phil focuses on scaling large OLTP database systems on both UNIX and Windows operating systems.
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