Tag - Storage Engine

Forbes: “Tokutek Makes Big Data Dance”

Recently, our CEO, John Partridge had a chance to talk about novel database technologies for “Big Data” with Peter Cohan of Forbes.
According to the article, “Fractal Tree indexing is helping organizations analyze big data more efficiently due to its ability to improve database efficiency thanks to faster ‘database insertion speed, quicker input/output performance, operational […]

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Webinar: Introduction to TokuDB v6.5

TokuDB® is a proven solution that scales MySQL® and MariaDB® from GBs to TBs with unmatched insert and query speed, compression, replication performance and online schema flexibility. Tokutek’s recently launched TokuDB v6.5 delivers all of these features and more, not just for HDDs, but also for flash memory.
Originally Aired: October 10th
AVAILABLE ON DEMAND
TokuDB v6.5:

Stores 10x More Data […]

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Announcing TokuDB v6.5: Optimized for Flash

We are excited to announce TokuDB® v6.5, the latest version of Tokutek’s flagship storage engine for MySQL and MariaDB.
This version offers optimization for Flash as well as more hot schema change operations for improved agility.
We’ll be posting more details about the new features and performance, so here’s an overview of what’s in store.

Flash
TokuDB v6.5 […]

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Webinar: Introduction to TokuDB

Businesses increasingly operate in a 24×7 environment, where complex analytics must be performed on live, continuously incoming “Big Data.” To address this, TokuDB has developed Fractal Tree®  technology, a revolutionary new indexing capability that enables SQL databases running advanced web applications to grow from gigabytes to terabytes while improving insert speed, query performance, compression, and enabling […]

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Dagstuhl Seminar on Database Workload Management

A few weeks ago Bradley Kuszmaul and I attended the Dagstuhl Seminar on Database Workload Management.
The Dagstuhl computer science research center is (remotely) located in the countryside in Saarland, Germany. The actual building is an 18th Century Manor House, first retooled as an old-age home, and then a computer science research center. Workshop participants […]

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