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HD 720p video (& presentation slides) of Percona Expert Morgan Tocker presenting MySQL Performance Tuning & 3rd Party Patches to the NYC MySQL Group at Sun Microsystems

From: Eric David B.
Sent on: Friday, November 6, 2009 11:09 AM

Morgan Tocker is Director of Training at Percona where he provides world famous scaling advice to Web 2.0 and Fortune 100 clients. He is a regular presenter on PHP and MySQL, having spoken at conferences such as PHP Quebec, the MySQL Conference, PHP-Tek, PHP-works and International PHP Conference.

Prior to Percona, Morgan worked at MySQL AB (acquired by Sun Microsystems) as a Support Engineer and Technical Instructor teaching courses in Database Administration, High Availability and Performance Tuning.

HD720p video (24fps)

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Some of the topics that Morgan tackles are:

  • Discovering performance bottlenecks
  • Optimization vs. adding hardware
  • Tuning InnoDB/XtraDB indexes
  • MySQL caching and configuration
  • How to analyze what MySQL is doing under the hood of each query
  • MySQL 3rd Party Patches
  • Finding dead-indexes

Some of the topics covered in Q&A are:

  • MySQL forks and branches
  • Future InnoDB inhancements
  • Statistics generation
  • MySQL vs. MS SQL Server
  • Administration tools for MySQL
  • Dual-Master replication and update patching
  • Real-world high-availability plans

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