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The Boston MySQL Meetup Group Monthly Meetup

  • Jun 10, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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This meetup 's topic is "Introduction to Parallel Universe" by
Hiromichi of Parallel Universe, Inc. http://paralleluniverse-inc.com/

Parallel Universe is the industry's only SQL server with fast parallel query engine. It is created by extending MySQL server architecture and runs on commodity server hardware.
Speed is achieved by processing tables in parallel utilizing multiple core/CPU of server hardware and scalable to large joins.

Because of fast query processing being available to data analysis, it is an ideal data warehouse server. With Parallel Universe, you'll also be able to deploy less costly server hardware for the same query load/task. Parallel Universe is released under the GPL license and fully compatible with MySQL and Percona servers. Also available as part of Linux OS images at Amazon Web Services and www.GoGrid.com .

 

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MIT's map with the building (E51) highlighted: http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?selection=E5...

MIT's map with the Kendall square T stop highlighted: http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?selection=L5... (the stop is in red on that map, and you can see E51 in the bottom right)

MIT's maps with parking lot information: http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?selection=P4... and http://whereis.mit.edu/map-jpg?selection=P5...

 

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Our Sponsors

  • Technocation, Inc.

    Video camera, host video files, meetup fees. They are non-profit.

  • Oracle, Inc.

    Oracle develops the MySQL database core and offers support and training.

  • Akiban Technologies

    Has a new table grouping technology as a denormalization alternative.

  • Tokutek

    TokuDB is a drop-in replacement for InnoDB that scales MySQL®.

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