Drupal and MySQL Performance
Between versions 6 and 7, the database layer for Drupal has changed dramatically. In this webinar, we'll discuss the differences between the versions and how you can utilize the enhancements for your application. In addition, we'll cover some advanced MySQL database topics:
- Read/write splitting
- Using external databases
- HA for your MySQL instance
Finally, we'll profile the default database traffic for some common flows and show how you can tweak your MySQL and Drupal configuration to achieve greater performance.
At the end of the webinar, you will have a better understanding how to leverage the latest database layer capabilities of Drupal and how to configure and tune your MySQL instances for visitor growth and higher performance.
About the Author
Michael BenshoofMichael works as a US based consultant. Prior to joining Percona, Michael spent several years in a DevOps role in a company that developed and maintained a SaaS application specializing in social networking. His experiences include application development and scaling, systems administration, along with database administration and design. He enjoys designing extensible and flexible solutions to problems and has a strong background in HA systems. He lives with his family in Norman, Oklahoma. When not working, he enjoys golfing, grilling, watching sports, and spending time with the family.
How Percona Can Help
If you need to better understand how to leverage the latest database layer capabilities of Drupal and how to configure and tune your MySQL instances for visitor growth and higher performance, Percona Consulting can help.
Contact us to let us know how we can help you.