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Webinar: Best Practices for a Successful TokuDB Evaluation

 | November 27, 2012 |  Posted In: Tokutek, TokuView


In this webinar we will show step by step how to install, configure, and test TokuDB for a typical performance evaluation. We’ll also be flagging potential pitfalls that can ruin the eval results. It will describe the differences between installing from scratch and replacing an existing MySQL / MariaDB installation. It will also review the most common issues that may arise when running TokuDB binaries.

Date: December 11th
Time: 2 PM EST / 11 AM PST

Topics will include:

  • Memory allocation
  • Initial data load
  • Indexing, including clustering indexes
  • compression algorithms

We look forward to having you join the webinar.

About the Presenter

Gerry Narvaja leads Technical Services at Tokutek. Gerry has spent more than 25 years in the software industry, most of them working with databases for different kinds of applications, from embedded to large-scale web products. Gerry worked first at MySQL, and then Sun Microsystems supporting the Sales teams. In 2008 he transitioned into being a Senior MySQL DBA. For over a year he has been co-hosting the popular MySQL Community podcast, OurSQL, which was given the MySQL Community Contributor of the Year 2012 award at the recent Percona MySQL Users Conference.



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