Content tagged with: mysql
Craigslist uses a variety of data storage technologies, both SQL (MySQL) and NoSQL (Redis, MongoDB, memcached, etc). Craigslist’s Jeremy Zawodny discusses some of the systems architecture at Craigslist; with a focus on data storage technologies: what is in use, where, why and why not.
Pinterest.com has grown to 2.5 billion page views per month in just under a year, and the number one question we’re asked at parties is “what’s in your stack?” Sit back while we take you on a tour of our current architecture, the lessons learned along the way, and the successes.
This video explains why so many DBAs and developers use MySQL Workbench every day to designs, develops and administers MySQL databases.
DRBD is popular as a good low-cost high availability solution for MySQL. It offers synchronous data replication without MySQL having to worry about the details. You can avoid some of the problems of MySQL’s statement based replication and configuration file complexity.
In this screencast, you are going to learn a MySQL query trick. You might be already familiar with the SUM() and IF() functions. We will be combining them to come up with some useful queries. This can reduce the number of queries you need to run for fetching certain types of summary data, and also provide a performance improvement.
This video shows how to add validation to a registration form. We validate name, email, and password, as well as display error messages to the user.
A comparison between the two databases presented by Ed Boyajian, the CEO of EnterpriseDB.
Video Producer: NYC MySQL Group
This talk gives an overview of how to connect to MySQL and which drivers are available today under Python v2.x, and tomorrowâ€™s Python v3.x. Weâ€™ll dive into MySQLdb, its strong history, its present. Weâ€™ll go over OurSQL and various other community projects, as well as Sun Microsystemsâ€™ MySQL Connector/Python.
Learn how to build rich, multi-tier applications in the cloud using PHP and MySQL, taking advantage of new Windows Azure features. This session will cover using PHP, MySQL, and memcached in Windows Azure.
Monty, the co-founder of MySQL and now project lead of MariaDB, discusses what MariaDB is all about. MariaDB is a database server that offers drop-in replacement functionality for MySQL1. He presents an overview of the future of this community developed branch of the MySQL database.