MySQL is the default choice of database for developers looking to build fast, scalable web application. Given the right design, hardware, and configuration, MySQL can scale up to hundreds of gigabytes of data without breaking a sweat. This class will walk through some of the basics of how you need to prepare, what you need to monitor, and what do to keep your application up and fast. Topics will include table design, indexes, EXPLAIN syntax, Percona, InnoDB vs MyISAM, basic tuning, Information Schema, and denormalization as a performance strategy.
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Chris Henry is the CTO of Behance, the leading online platform for showcasing and displaying creative work. The Ops team at Behance has years of experience in the trenches keeping the Behance team's products up and running, and running fast.
Behance is built upon a 17 server MySQL cluster that stores and manages hundreds of millions of data points. This class shares some of the best practices the Behance Ops Team has employed to keep Behance up and fast.