This session will look on Enterprise Monitor 2.0 and it’s new Query Analyzer feature from a practical, user-oriented perspective. We’ll show how we’ve used these tools to get both new applications and changes to production more efficiently and cleanly, as well as decreasing the time for troubleshooting difficult application SQL code issues.
Lastly we will give a hands-on demonstration of these tools in action, isolating problems in a poorly performing application and then afterward verifying the improved performance.Specifically, we’ll be looking at:
Phil Hildebrand has been working with a wide variety of 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 VLDB systems on both UNIX and Windows operating systems in production environments.
Ryan Thiessen has been using MySQL as both a developer and administrator for over a decade, and loves the constant and ever changing challenge of being a DBA inside Facebook’s database ecosystem.
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