Percona Live 2017 Open Source Database Conference

April 24 - 27, 2017

Santa Clara, California

Using SPIDER for sharding in production

Sponsor Percona Live Open Source Database Conference

Using SPIDER for sharding in production

  26 April - 4:30 PM - 4:55 PM @ Ballroom E
Experience level: 
Intermediate
Duration: 
25 minutes conference
Tracks:
Developer
Topics:
MySQL
Tools and Techniques
Sharding

Description

When your database is growing, you definitely need to think about other techniques like database sharding. SPIDER is a MariaDB Server / MySQL storage engine for database sharding. Using SPIDER, you can access your data efficiently across multiple database backends. In this time we will introduce the following things. 1. why SPIDER? what SPIDER can do for you? 2. when SPIDER is right for you? what cases should you use SPIDER? 3. how long is SPIDER used in the big environment? 4. SPIDER sharding architecture 5. how to get SPIDER working? 6. multi dimenstional sharding technique with VP storage engine 7. roadmap of SPIDER 8. where to get SPIDER (with VP)

Speakers

Kayoko GOTO

Director, Spider Mroonga Storage Engine

Biography:

Kentoku SHIBA

CEO, Spiral Arms., Ltd

Biography:

Kentoku SHIBA, CEO Spiral Arms., Ltd also Storage Engine Developer. His main works are creating and improving Spider Storage Engine for database sharding, Vertical Partitioning Storage Engine for column base table partitioning. And also he is a developer of "Mroonga Storage Engine" for fast full-text searching especially for CJK languages. He has experience interacting with the MySQL RDBMS as a developer, administrator, and sometimes also application developer. He has deployed MySQL in a variety of different environments, including corporate intranets, high-traffic web sites, and mission-critical applications, and is a vocal advocate of MySQL in his role as a software consultant. All his experiences have got involve to focus on developing his Spider. He has focus on both MariaDB and MySQL. Recently, his storage engine Spider has bundle on MariaDB 10.0.

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