InnoDB: A journey to the core
22 September 11:20AM - 12:10PM @ Matterhorn 2
50 minutes conference
InnoDB is the storage engine behind most busy MySQL databases in the world. How does it store data? How does it track free space? How does it retrieve rows? This presentation dissects InnoDB's storage formats and digs into the physical structure of tablespace files, extents, pages, records, indexes, and free space management. How many bytes would it take to store rows in a particular schema? How does indexing affect storage? What expected and unexpected inefficiencies might you run into? All of these questions and more will be answered.
Sr. Systems Engineer, Google, Inc.
Jeremy Cole is a long-time MySQL Geek and pioneer of MySQL scalability. Jeremy started his MySQL adventure in 2000 as the fourteenth employee of a startup: MySQL AB. His initial work was primarily on documentation and core development, soon transitioning into support, and finally running the training and consulting organization during his four and a half years there. After MySQL, Jeremy coined the “MySQL Geek” title at Yahoo!, supporting hundreds of internal users of MySQL and many thousands of MySQL servers within Yahoo!’s infrastructure, as well as building a large team of MySQL experts around the world. Jeremy went on to found one of the premier MySQL consulting companies, Proven Scaling, which during its more than three years of operation provided detailed advice, optimization, new tools, and hands-on DBA and emergency support to more than 100 influential companies. For more than two years, Jeremy managed the growing team of DBAs at Twitter, keeping the world tweeting. Jeremy is currently making MySQL more awesome at Google.
Software Engineer, LinkedIn
Davi Arnaut works on leveraging MySQL to support LinkedIn's distributed data storage platform. In the past, Davi was a part of the the MySQL development teams at Twitter and Oracle.