MySQL and MongoDB for web-scale data management

22 September 10:20AM - 10:45AM

Duration: 
Keynote
We can have an interesting discussion about web-scale data management if we first focus on what we need and then discuss how to get it. For now I will ignore debates over legacy vs new, NoSQL/NewSQL vs SQL or relational vs document data models. I want a solution for sharded replica sets that is efficient, performant and manageable. I have a wish list for features. How close will MySQL and MongoDB get to making this easier in the next few years?


Speakers

Software Engineer, Database Infrastructure, Facebook
Mark's focus is on making databases perform better. He used to lead the MySQL development team at Facebook and prior to that led the MySQL development team at Google. He also worked at Oracle, Identity Engines and Informix on database internals. Mark has an MS in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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