With the GA version of PBXT soon to be released, this presentation will tell you how to get the most out of the storage engine.
Learn how to easily build, install and tune the engine. All information is relevant to developers, DBAs and anyone interested in getting started with PBXT. Topics covered include: how to optimize a database schema for PBXT, what types of applications are best suited to the engine, the latest features and performance results, what you will find in versions 1.1, 1.5 and what to expect in version 2.0.
I will discuss the architecture of PBXT and how you can apply this knowledge to monitor the storage engine’s performance. Learn which configurations are favorable for performance with special attention to file systems, solid state technology and current hardware developments.
Paul McCullagh is co-founder of PrimeBase Technologies GmbH, Germany, where he is responsible for core technology. He has 20 years experience in the development of database and internet related systems. Paul has a Master of Science in Computer Science from the University of Cape Town where he specialized in operating system design and implementation.
Paul is the developer of the PBXT transactional storage engine for MySQL (www.primebase.org). More recently his work has included the development of the BLOB streaming engine for MySQL (www.blobstreaming.org).
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