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invite to suggested meetup 'Renormalize - Solving Performance Problems in MySQL Without Denormalization'

From: user 1.
Sent on: Thursday, March 29, 2012 8:47 AM
Hey guys, 

Just wanted to take a second and invite you the meetup that I just suggested for April 11. I need two more people to show interest before it is posted. Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns. Here is the abstract:

In this presentation we describe our work on an open source, relational database named the Akiban Server. The goal of this technology is to unify the robust modeling and declarative nature of SQL with the object mapping capabilities of a document store, in a scalable architecture. 

The core technology implements a new logical construct called table-groups that use relationships and usage information to mirror application objects. Table-groups inform the physical construct that interleaves related table data, effectively pre-computing most joins. This significantly improves query performance for operational workloads and allows developers to access relational data as objects. 

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