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InnoDB is the default storage engine for MySQL as of MySQL 5.5. It has always been highly efficient, and includes many unique architectural elements to assure high performance and scalability.
The InnoDB storage engine in MySQL 5.5 includes many new features that take better advantage of recent advances in operating systems and hardware platforms, and permit users to better control the use of some InnoDB internal subsystems to achieve the best performance.
Inaam Rana is a core member of the InnoDB development team at MySQL. He joined the InnoDB team in April 2007. His area of focus has been performance and scalability of the InnoDB storage engine. He has been mostly working on the buffer cache layer, low level concurrency and OS layer. Inaam has had a chance to contribute to the most of the scalability features that were included in the InnoDB plugin. In his previous work experience he had been involved in development of IBM’s DB2 LUW and PostgreSQL database engines. Inaam currently lives in Toronto, Canada.
Calvin Sun is the senior engineering manager at Twitter, managing the MySQL development. Prior to that, he was managing the InnoDB team at Oracle. Calvin was a development manager at MySQL from 2006 to 2008, managing MySQL storage engines and 3rd party storage engine vendors relationships. He has over 15+ years of database development experience, mostly on various storage engines.
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