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 | April 4, 2008 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements

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So it looks like these days Kickfire welcomed everyone to tell they’ve been working with Kickfire – Baron Keith Frank is writing about KickFire. Good Job Kickfire PR team you really energized community.
We also were working with Kickfire for quite a while and are also very excited to give it a try.

Enough have been written about technical basics by other people so I would not waste my time retelling.

I also prefer us to write about results of real testing rather than speculating on PR communications. Finding what products are good for, what are their sweet spots and limits is our mission. I will be playing hands on with one of these boxes next week but I guess I will not be able to publish any findings until after users conference.

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Peter Zaitsev

Peter managed the High Performance Group within MySQL until 2006, when he founded Percona. Peter has a Master's Degree in Computer Science and is an expert in database kernels, computer hardware, and application scaling.

5 Comments

  • “I also prefer us to write about results of real testing rather than speculating on PR communications. Finding what products are good for, what are their sweet spots and limits is our mission”

    Exactly 🙂

  • Yup, that’s why everyone made it very clear in their posts that no has directly played with their solutions.

    I couldn’t agree more.

  • […] MySQL的架构是开放的,其他的公司可以在MySQL上做很多增值的应用,比如存储引擎方面的InnoDB;专注于数据索引领域的ScaleDB;甚至提供硬件系统的Kickfire,他们可以通过芯片技术和MySQL相结合,使得数据能给跑得更快,也能进行更快速的索引等。在跟踪新技术方面,当64位硬件技术推出之后,几星期后MySQL就提供了基于64位的软件平台。 […]

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