Keynote: MySQL: Still the Best Choice for Mission-Critical Data

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In the past few years, choosing a database for your application has become an overwhelming task. There are tried-and-true relational databases, distributed NoSQL solutions, graph databases, key-value stores, commercial appliances, and even management-free database-as-a-service. Over the past 12 months, Box conducted a thorough survey of the major databases in an attempt to arrive at the most robust and scalable solution. After our investigation, we landed on one simple technology for our core application data: sharded MySQL. In this presentation, we will go through our thought process and how we arrived at this conclusion.

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12 April 08:45 - 09:05
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12 April 08:45 - 09:05 @
Ballroom A
Ballroom B
Ballroom C
Ballroom D
Ballroom E
Ballroom F
Ballroom G
Ballroom H

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Sam Ghods's picture
VP of Technology, Box

Sam Ghods is the Vice President of Technology at Box, where he manages the direction and high level architecture of Box's application and technology stack. Prior to Box, Sam attended the University of Southern California, where he studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science for two years before joining Box in 2006.

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