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MySQL data via a NoSQL solution, Free ticket to Percona Live London

 | September 9, 2011 |  Posted In: MySQL

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The much-anticipated ability to access MySQL data via a NoSQL solution has been realized. Using HandlerSocket, significant performance gains can be realized for certain workloads. Sound like something you are interested in? Join us for Percona Live London to hear Ryan Lowe, Percona’s Director of American Consulting speak on this subject. In Ryan’s session he will answer the questions like:

  • What is HandlerSocket?
  • Where does HandlerSocket fit in my application stack?
  • Why would I want to use HandlerSocket?
  • How do I use Handlersocket?

He’ll walk through relevant configuration & tuning options, and at the end of the presentation attendees will be able to identify candidate use cases within their application to use HandlerSocket.

For a chance to win a free ticket to Percona Live London and get the opportunity to hear Ryan and so many others speak on a number of different MySQL related topics simply watch our @Percona Twitter stream and retweet the contest to win a free ticket! One lucky winner will be picked every Friday up until the conference. Enjoy your weekend and remember to enter our TGIF contest for a chance to win! If you don’t win this time, try next Friday or register and get the early-bird discount (but don’t wait too long: it expires September 18th).
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Kortney Runyan

Kortney joined Percona in September 2010. She works as the Director of Global Events putting together different industry events around the world most notable the Percona Live series.

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