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Speaking at Percona Live London 2012: Choosing Hardware for MySQL

 | November 19, 2012 |  Posted In: Events and Announcements, MySQL

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Another Percona Live event is coming up, this time in London on the 3rd and 4th of December. I’m sure it is going to be as awesome as it was last year.

This year, I will talk about ‘Choosing Hardware For MySQL‘.

Of course, the most important hardware components will be covered: CPU, Memory, Network, Disk Subsystem and also the Cloud.
I will try to help attendees better understand how MySQL uses hardware (and how it does not), how it optimizes random IO operations on disk, what scalability means for MySQL, what it’s limitations are and so on…
Want more? Just attend!

 
You can register here.

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Kenny Gryp

Kenny is a Principal Architect at Percona. Bitten somewhere in the late 90s by the open-source bug, most of his spare time was spent working with Linux & OpenBSD servers. Before joining Percona, he worked at a large social networking company in Europe as DBA & Puppeteer.

4 Comments

  • @Tim\ G: Yes, slides will be available on the conference website after the conference is over. Not sure if the talk will be recorded.

  • Thanks Jonathan.

    All slides will be posted on percona.com PLUK conference website.

    In the meantime, I uploaded it for you. You can download it at http://www.mysqlperformanceblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/ChoosingHardwareForMySQL.pdf

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