Project Voldemort is an open source eventually consistent cloud key-value database with pluggable persistent store architecture. Voldemort is developed and maintained by LinkedIn and was donated to open source in 2009.
Nokia Participates in Project Voldemort and has been contributing performance and scalability enhancements. The session focuses on Nokia’s contributions and covers various aspects of MySQL schema optimization; connection pooling and concurrency tweaks in the MySQL Connector/J based client; and MySQL/InnoDB performance tuning.
In particular, the session will cover
The session attendees will learn how to use MySQL successfully as a high performance persistent store with massively parallel partitioned key-value databases
For cloud and MySQL users, cloud and distributed database architects, developers, and DBAs.
Presently, at Nokia, Alex Esterkin develops VShards cloud key-value database platform that leverages Voldemort and MySQL.
Prior to this, he was Chief Architect at Infobright.
Before this, Alex developed Dataupia, SybaseIQ, Oracle, and Model204 DBMS products.
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