MySQL Acceleration through new Flash Storage API Primitives

MySQL runs faster and flash media endurance increases by replacing MySQL double-buffered writes with native atomic writes. Learn how MySQL is leveraging new flash storage API primitives for code simplification and latency reduction. Session will include a code sample overview and benchmark results, as well as a logical description of emerging flash storage API primitives.

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Bryant Park

Schedule Info

2 October 14:30 - 15:20 @
Bryant Park

Speakers

Torben Mathiasen's picture
Senior Solutions Technologist, Fusion-io

Torben Mathiasen is a Senior Solutions Technologist at Fusion-io, where he spends his time tuning and evaluating software stacks for optimal performance and reliability. Prior to joining Fusion-io, he spent 11 years at Hewlett-Packard, architecting firmware for the ProLiant BladeServer portfolio. He also held a senior system architect position at Prevas, designing the next generation embedded systems for use by customers around the globe. He has made contributions to the Linux kernel in areas like ethernet, PCI-X and storage controller drivers.


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