Tag: NoSQL

My Second Day at MySQL Conference 2012 – First Session

Here are my notes from the first session I attended today,entitled “Using and Benchmarking Galera in Different Architectures”.

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My Second day at MySQL Conference 2012 – Second Session

Here are my thoughts on the “Boost Your Replication Throughput with Parallel Apply, Prefetch, and Batching” presentation I attended today.

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MySQL Conference 2012 – Keynotes on Day 2 (3)

Here’s what happening today at the 2012 MySQL Conference.

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MySQL Conference 2012 – keynotes on day 2 (2)

This post is just a quick update as to what is going on at the conference today. Here are the keynotes from Mark Callaghan’s presentation, entitled “What Comes Next for MySQL”.

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MySQL Conference 2012 – Keynotes on Day 2 (1)

Yesterday was an exciting and busy day – lots of good talks, conversations, and beer! Let me take you back to the morning sessions and the first keynotes of the day, Sam Ghods of Box: “MySQL: Still the Best Choice for Mission-Critical Data”.

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Looking for BigData, NoSQL or Exadata slides?

It was fun presenting today at Portland and I’m looking forward to continuing my user group marathon at Denver tomorrow and on Thursday. Since many people asked me where they can find my slides, and I predict that few more will keep asking about them over the next few days, I uploaded my Big Data and NoSQL presentations to SlideShare. You can find them here:

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Oracle Connects Big Data to Medium and Small Data

With the announcement of the Oracle Big Data Appliance, Oracle also comes up with some really cool technology stack which is being termed as Oracle Big Data Connectors (OBDC). This piece of software can be used with both Oracle Big Data Appliance and other Apache Hadoop-based systems.

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Comparing Hadoop Appliances

At this time there are three Hadoop appliances in the market:Oracle’s Big Data appliance, Netapp’s Hadooplers and EMC’s Greenplum DCA. It looks like a lot of companies that did not already adopt Hadoop in 2011, are looking to do so in 2012, and some of them may be considering going with an appliance. I want to take a look at some of the reasons a company will be interested in a Hadoop appliance, and what are the differences between the different appliances.

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Building libMemcached RPMs

A client running CentOS 5.4 Amazon EC2 instances needed the latest libMemcachedversion installed. With the inclusion of the “make rpm” target, libMemcached makes it easy to build the libMemcached RPMs by doing the following: Spin up a new CentOS Amazon…

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Hadoop and NoSQL Mythbusting

With all the buzz in OOW about the big data machine, there was also a lot of non-sense flying around. I love it that the Oracle community is finally interested in Hadoop and NoSQL, but I hate it when people sound authoritative without having an actual clue. I’ve left a few presentations with smoke coming out of my ears. Here are few things that people got all wrong

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