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MySQL's NoSQL Interface

Dave Stokes (MySQL Community Team)
Hadoop & Beyond Murray Hill Suite
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MySQL 5.6 includes a NoSQL interface, using an integrated memcached daemon that can automatically store data and retrieve it from InnoDB tables, turning the MySQL server into a fast “key-value store” for single-row insert, update, or delete operations. This allows the same data on the same disks to be accessed by SQL or memcached at the same time. This session explores using this interface and other ‘simple’ options for those with MySQL Databases instances seeking to explore big data access. This method provides vastly improved data speeds while being protected from crashes.

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Dave Stokes

MySQL Community Team

MySQL Community Manager

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Marek K Kolodziej
10/30/2013 4:30pm EDT

Would it be possible to post the slides here, like the other speakers have?

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