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Tricks and Treats for MySQL in Amazon Cloud

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They're here... MySQL and Amazon that is. While noSQL's life force invades our daily development, the MySQL ancients still haunt us with a new bag of tricks.

But the treats can't come from just watching TV, so we've conjured back database shaman Vladimir Fedorkov as our medium to the other side of MySQL, RDS, and to the beast itself, big data.

This October we dust off the cobwebs and go into the light for some ghost-busting to ensure that your next database deployment... isn't built on an ancient burial ground.

MySQL operations for Big Data installations can be quite complicated even in general installations. Cloud environments make some of them easier, but requires at the same time more attention to some operations which in other cases would be straightforward.

What needs to be done differently? How to perform diagnostics and make sure systems are doing well? How to prevent performance issues? Which RDS specific operations you'd like to avoid? And basically how to survive in cloud with big data installations and keep them fast.

Vlad has been helping people to scale their LAMP applications for more than 10 years, with a focus on performance optimization, architectural choices and deep knowledge of search and MySQL technologies. In his off-duty time he enjoys traveling, bicycling and photography.

Twitter: https://twitter.com/vfedorkov
Blog: http://astellar.com/
Company website: http://www.palominodb.com/

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  • Maxim R.

    I hope you don't consider this as spam. :)
    If you guys are looking for some more MySQL-related content, tomorrow(Wednesday Oct 30) 'Effective MySQL meetup' organized by Ronald Bradford, is having "MySQL 5.6 improvements in Query tuning" session http://www.meetup.com/EffectiveMySQL/events/144873262/.

    October 29, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Suspenders is a large restaurant / bar, is there a room or something we need to go to? are the minimum food / drink per person?

    October 28, 2013

    • Maxim R.

      Last time I was at this place for such an event buying food/drink was completely optional (but understandably encouraged).

      October 28, 2013

    • Hans Z.

      Yes - we're in the back room - food/drink is encouraged, but optional

      October 28, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm with a local tech company running an alexa top 300 site. we're in need of another PHP dev, if anyone is interested.

    October 28, 2013

  • lev

    there is back room where we usually meet.

    October 28, 2013

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