Database administrators and developers often have to work with complex normalized schemas that make their systems slow and inefficient. In this presentation we’ll explore two classes of problems inherent to these systems and discuss an approach we’ve developed to solving them:
We’ll present use cases of both types and explore a solution we’re developing referred to as the Orthogonal Architecture>
In summary, this session will cover: * The impact of complex schema on overall system performance and scalability * Overview of available approaches to deal with these problems * An overview of our new approach, the Orthogonal Architecture * Accessing the Orthogonal Architecture through MySQL * Using the Object API and language bindings * A practical deployment scenario * A call for participation in this open source project
Ori Herrnstadt is Co-Founder and CTO at Akiban Technologies, Inc. He has been involved in developing large operational database systems since his days in the Israeli Army. After seeing the common problems between large-scale operational systems in the army, enterprise ERP and CRM systems and modern web applications, he started work on his Orthogonal Architecture in 2005. In 2009 he co-founded Akiban Technologies to accelerate the development of the technology.
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