Measuring Scalability and Performance With TCP

What if you had all the data you needed to measure system performance
and scalability at any tier, discover performance and stability
problems before they happen, and plan for capacity and performance by
modeling the system's behavior at greater load than you currently have?
Now it is as easy as running tcpdump and processing the result with a
tool. In this two-part talk you will first learn how to do black-box
performance analysis to discover hidden problems in your systems. In
the second part you will learn about mathematical performance and
scalability models, how the inputs can be computed from TCP packet
headers, and how to derive and interpret the results with free tools
from Percona Toolkit.

Track: 
Database Administration
Experience level: 
Intermediate

Schedule info

Time slot: 
11 April 11:00 - 11:50
Room: 
Ballroom F

Schedule Info

11 April 11:00 - 11:50 @
Ballroom F

Speakers

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Principal Architect, The Rimm-Kaufman Group

Baron Schwartz is the Principal Architect at The Rimm-Kaufman Group. He develops tools that help users succeed with MySQL. He is the lead author of High Performance MySQL.

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