About half a year have passed since me and Vadim have left MySQL to do MySQL Consulting on our own. Bunch of people have been wondering about our experiences so I thought it would be worth to share it here.
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I already wrote kind of about same topic a while ago and now interesting real life case makes me to write again Most Web applications we’re working with have single tier web architecture, meaning there is just single set of apache servers server requests and nothing else – no dedicated server for static content, no […]
A while back I did Cache Performance Comparison for LAMP Stack. Looking at this data you can see memcached is about 5 times as slow as APC, and this is with tests done on localhost – with network difference is going to be larger, even with fastest network. Such latency can add up especially if […]
I’m happy to announce availability of MySQL Performance Forums on MySQL Performance Blog. This forum is created as free alternative to MySQL Consulting Services which we provide. If you would like to get some free help to your performance issues please use forums so everyone else could benefit from our replies. You also should get […]
I’m leaving MySQL starting 1st of August. This is surely not news for my collegues and friends who knew this is comming. We’re starting our own company which will provide MySQL Consulting services. We’ll focus on MySQL Performance Optimization but will be able to help pretty much with all MySQL related issues. We can also […]
Percona offers consulting (and training, and support, and development) services for MySQL and LAMP applications. We can help with all areas of the MySQL Server – Operations, Application Design, Custom Feature development, and so on. Please visit our company website to learn more about our MySQL consulting and other services for MySQL, our more than […]