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We at DeNA (largest social game provider in Japan) handle over 2 billion page views per day with MySQL. We heavily use SSD and tune Linux. We run non-trivial solutions such as non-stop, automated MySQL master failover. We also use MySQL not only as traditional RDBMS but also an extremely high performance NoSQL. I'd like to introduce our MySQL solutions to make our social games scale better.
by Calvin Sun and Inaam Rana
There are many exciting InnoDB performance and Scalability features in MySQL 5.5 and its upcoming release. But how to best use them? What are the caveats? At this session, we will describe those performance and Scalability features in depth. We will also present some benchmark results that explore the performance of those features.
by Rob Treat
Everyone thinks they know what sharding is and how to do it, but simple horizontal read scaling is the small potatoes. In this talk we'll focus on the sharding pattern for large scale read/write architectures, based on real world implementations. Supporting millions of users on commodity hardware doesn't need magical software, just careful application of the right scalability pattern.
A talk about how scaling foursquare using MongoDB and Scala.
Solr, an open source enterprise search server, scales very well within an index (vertical scaling). It is when you have multiple indexes (horizontal scaling) that it starts to get hairy, which happens a lot when you are hosting a cloud based solution for multiple users. In this session we will discuss these issue as well as the techniques of how to overcome them in-depth.
25th–27th July 2011