Introducing ScaleDB, the New Clustered, Distributed Storage Engine for MySQL (Part 2)
ScaleDB is a clustered, distributed storage engine for MySQL and MariaDB, optimised for high volume, high velocity structured data. The engine primarily serves streaming data workloads, although the core has also a locking mechanism designed for OLTP workloads. The objective of this talk is to introduce the functionalities of ScaleDB as a Storage Engine for MariaDB, features, architecture, practical use cases and performance tests executed so far. The agenda is: - What is ScaleDB, architecture and features - Building ScaleDB from source - ScaleDB installation on Linux, deployment on Docker or any cloud using the scaledb-admin tool - What are Streaming tables and typical use cases - Query examples and performance
CTO, Dianomic Systems
An IT veteran with 30 years of experience, he has been founder and CTO of various companies, journalist and author of technical books and publications. Ivan is currently CTO at Dianomic Systems, a company active in building an open source stack for IOT and Fog Computing. Previous engagements include ScaleDB Inc. and Canonical, the company behind Ubuntu. Ivan has served as CTO at SkySQL/MariaDB for 4 years, and he has worked at MySQL AB / Sun / Oracle for 6 years.