November 26, 2014

Webinar “How to Turbocharge Your MySQL Performance Using Flash Storage”

Next Wednesday, March-21, 11:00am Pacific Time, Baron and me will be co-presenting with Virident webinar: “How to Turbocharge Your MySQL Performance Using Flash Storage” (From Virident side: Shridar Subramanian and Shirish Jamthe).

Running MySQL on SSD in interesting topic and on the webinar we will cover:

  • Configuration and optimization techniques to fully leverage flash-based storage solutions in MySQL environments
  • Evaluation criteria and techniques for selecting the suitable flash-storage technology for the relevant MySQL workloads
  • Price/performance advantages (ROI) when flash storage is used appropriately for MySQL workloads
  • Approaches for scaling MySQL instances on fewer servers while delivering optimal performance using flash drives

The registration is free and available there. Hope to see you on the webinar!

About Vadim Tkachenko

Vadim leads Percona's development group, which produces Percona Clould Tools, the Percona Server, Percona XraDB Cluster and Percona XtraBackup. He is an expert in solid-state storage, and has helped many hardware and software providers succeed in the MySQL market.


  1. Ted Boggs says:

    Hey, I think you guys are great, but GoToMeeting doesn’t support Linux. I hope you provide a Linux friendly recording of the webinar after the fact, so the rest of us can see it.


  2. Ted,

    In fact the webinar is recorded and available through here:

    It’ll work on Linux. The problem with webinar software is that the one that works on Linux (webex) doesn’t offer reasonable sound quality — everyone has to dial into a conference line and you can barely hear the speaker. So it’s a catch-22.

  3. Wait — I got confused. The link I just posted is to Peter’s webinar from yesterday. Sorry! Anyway, a similar recording will be available through for this one.

  4. Ted Boggs says:

    Are you guys still going to post this webinar? I’d love to see it.


  5. We’re working on it, sorry for the delay!

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