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MySQL & Sphinx: Register now for Nov. 20 Webinar

 | November 13, 2013 |  Posted In: Insight for DBAs, MySQL, Technical Webinars


How to Optimally Configure Sphinx Search for MySQL. Webinar: Nov. 20, 2013Sphinx is a free, open-source search server that integrates nicely with MySQL. It provides a fast, scalable, and pluggable search framework. The Sphinx engine possesses a variety of tools enabling you to customize how searching/indexing interacts with or becomes a part of your environment.

Join me and Sphinx Search CEO/CTO Andrew Aksyonoff, the founder and creative force behind Sphinx, on Wednesday, November 20th at 10 a.m. PST as we discuss how to get started with Sphinx and seamlessly integrate it into your applications and MySQL. The title of our webinar is, “How to Optimally Configure Sphinx Search for MySQL” and you can register here.

Attendees of this webinar will also get an understanding of tuning and optimization basics, tips for high availability, and how Sphinx scales.

Feel free to ask questions in advance here in the comments section. The webinar will be recorded and available for replay here shortly afterward.

We hope to see you on Wednesday!

Ryan Lowe

Ryan was a principal consultant and team manager at Percona until July 2014. He has experience with many database technologies in industries such as health care, telecommunications, and social networking.

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