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The Boston MySQL Meetup Group Message Board › Video from October meeting is up: Rows Versus Columns: Which One Is Best For

Video from October meeting is up: Rows Versus Columns: Which One Is Best For You? A Comparative Analysis

Sheeri Kritzer C.
sheeri
Boston, MA
The video is online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5LfQp4vQKs­

Bob Zurek of Infobright explains columnar databases and Infobright at the October 2010 Boston MySQL User Group.

Rows Versus Columns: Which One Is Best For You? A Comparative Analysis

The focus of this technical session will be on helping the MySQL and database professional understand the core differences between row oriented and columnar oriented database solutions for handling their most demanding database requirements. We will provide a technical review of the key differences between columnar and row based database solutions - How queries are processed using a columnar and row oriented storage engines. - Key benefits of using both a row and columnar approaches side by side. - How columnar and row best services the needs of the application. - A tour of several use cases where row and columnar solutions have met with great success. How MySQL professionals can easily migrate to using a columnar database while also maintaining enhancing their core MySQL skills.
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