Best Practices for Deploying MySQL on the Solaris Platform

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Solaris 10 and Open Solaris has a rich set of security, virtualization, data mangement and observability features. Come to this session and learn how MySQL can take advantage of the advanced technologies in the Solaris OS, such as Predictive Self-Healing, Solaris Containers, Solaris Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) , ZFS and Solaris Clusters. This session will cover how to

  • Consolidate data and storage nodes of MySQL clusters on a single box using Solaris Containers
  • Take consisent MYSQL backups using ZFS snapshots
  • Deploy MySQL on Solaris clusters to automatically recover all hardware and software components of the infrastructure
  • Use DTrace probes to enhance visibility and speed resolution of performance bottlenecks.
  • Integrate MySQL with Service Management Facility (SMF) to provide automatic recovery from software and hardware failures as well as administrative errors.
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Ritu Kamboj

Sun Microsystems, Inc

Ritu Kamboj is a Staff Engineer in ISV Engineering’s Open Source Team at Sun Microsystems. She has over 12 years of experience in software development with expertise on database design, performance and high availability. She has worked extensively on Sybase, Oracle and MySQL databases. Recently her focus has primarily been on making MySQL run best on Solaris platform.

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Luojia Chen

Sun Microsystems, Inc.

Luojia Chen is a software engineer in Sun’s ISV Engineering organization, in the open source team. She is currently responsible for MySQL adoption and migration for Sun’s latest technologies including DTrace, and she is focused on making MySQL run and scale well on the Solaris platform.

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