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Scaling InnoDB for the World's Largest Photo Blogging Community

  • Jun 12, 2007 · 6:00 PM
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Fotolog is the world's largest photo blogging social network, boasting more than 500,000 new photos per day and more than 2.5 billion page views a month. More than 8.5 million fotologgers communicate and connect through their photos on Fotolog. With the help of MySQL, Fotolog has scaled to become a top 25 destination on the Internet according to Alexa. In this presentation, get an insightful look into Fotolog with Fotolog's DBA Frank. Learn about the scalability issues Fotolog's Web 2.0 architecture faced and the creative ways with which those issues were resolved. Unlike, the run of the mill scalability presentations where the presenters focus on the entire stack, Frank will emphasize on the role that understanding one's application and storage engine can play in addressing scalability challenges. We will be in the back room at Suspender's. This event is sponsored by
Logicworks.

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    Really good presentation! Lot of good common sense solutions to real problems.

    June 12, 2007

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