MySQL implementations are often kept relatively small, often just a few hundred GB or less. Anything beyond this quickly leads to painful operational problems such as poor insertion rates, slow queries, hours to days offline for schema changes, prolonged downtime for dump/reload, etc. The promise of scalable MySQL has remained largely unfulfilled, until TokuDB.
TokuDB v5.0 delivers
- Exceptional Agility — Hot Schema Changes allow read/write operations during index creation or column/field addition
- Unmatched Speed — Fractal Tree indexes are optimized for index insertion performance
- Maximum Scalability — Fractal Tree index performance scales even as the primary index exceeds available RAM
This webinar covers TokuDB v5.0 features, latest performance results, and typical use cases.
About the Presenters
Tim Callaghan is the Director of Technical Services at Tokutek. Mr. Callaghan brings 20 years experience building and administering database applications for commercial and internal usage. At VoltDB, he led the field engineering efforts, was the point contact for all commercial and community customers, and served as Product Manager. Before that, he was the Chief System Architect at CrunchTime Information Systems, building their SaaS restaurant solutions and distributed database offerings for the cruise industry. He also spent 8 years at Investors Bank & Trust (a Boston-based financial services company) as the Director of Database Technologies.
Lawrence Schwartz is the Senior Director of Marketing at Tokutek. Mr. Schwartz has over 15 years of experience in data and information systems as an engineer, marketer, and P&L manager. He has been a featured speaker at Storage Networking World, Data Center World, and the Flash Memory Summit and has been quoted in Wired, Xconomy, and MIT’s Tech Review. He joins Tokutek from E Ink, where he oversaw marketing and product management and led an international integration with PVI, who acquired E Ink in 2009. Before E Ink, he spent 5 years at EMC leading Symmetrix marketing, including the rollout of enterprise SSD systems and virtual provisioning.