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2010

Why does Quora use MySQL rather than NoSQLs?

by nhoizey
"The primary online data store for an application is the worst place to take a risk with new technology. If you lose your database or there's corruption, it's a disaster that could be impossible to recover from."

BitNami :: MAMPStack

by nhoizey
"BitNami MAMPStack greatly simplifies the development and deployment of PHP applications. It includes ready-to-run versions of Apache, MySQL, PHP and phpMyAdmin and required dependencies."

2009

2008

Overview at Maatkit

by claire_
offers unique synchronization algorithms that can efficiently find and resolve differences between

Mark's IT Blog: How to Hire a Great MySQL DBA

by mbertier (via)
Hiring a MySQL DBA can be challenging, especially when the demand for MySQL DBAs is greater than there are qualified people to fill those positions. This article will go into some details on how to recruit, recognize, and interview a great MySQL DBA. (For the rest of this article, MySQL DBA and DBA are the same.)

Ivan Zoratti's Blog (on MySQL): Meetup Group and Thoughts on MySQL Proxy

by mbertier (via)
I have created a shortlist of what the Enterprise customers like to see with Proxy. Jan and the engineering team are working at some of these features, but it would be really great to see the contribution from the Community as well.

Design details of Audiogalaxy.com’s high performance MySQL search engine | Spiteful.com

by mbertier (via)
As I mentioned before, search was one of most interesting problems I worked on at Audiogalaxy. It was one of the core functions of the site, and somewhere between 50 to 70 million searches were performed every day. At peak times, the search engine needed to handle 1500-2000 searches every second against a MySQL database with about 200 million rows. It was frequently hard to design for more than 10 or 100x our current traffic (and our growth was so dramatic that there wasn’t really ever time to spend more than a few weeks on the problem), so it wasn’t until the 4th major iteration on the cluster design that I really considered the scale problems to be solved.

TagSchema - MySQLForge Wiki

by mbertier & 2 others (via)
This page and related pages describe various issues surrounding the Web 2.0 tagging and folksonomy concepts, including discussions on schema architecture, common data access patterns, and replication/scale-out guidelines.

MySQL Swiss Army Knife | lefred's blog

by mbertier & 3 others (via)
In this post I present my MySQL Swiss Army Knife, all the tools that make my life related to MySQL easier :-)

2007

Database parallelism choices greatly impact scalability - The Database Column

by nhoizey & 1 other
Large databases require the use of parallel computing resources to get good performance. There are several fundamentally different parallel architectures in use today

GreenSQL - Open Source Database Firewall Solution

by mbertier & 4 others
GreenSQL is an Open Source database firewall used to protect databases from SQL injection attacks. GreenSQL works in a proxy mode and has built in support for MySQL. The logic is based on evaluation of SQL commands using a risk scoring matrix as well as blocking known db administrative commands (DROP, CREATE, etc). GreenSQL is distributed under the GPL license

The open-source community's double standard on MySQL | The Open Road - CNET Blogs

by mbertier (via)
When IBM, Adobe, Oracle, Novell, SAP, or other proprietary companies release even a modicum of code, they get universal plaudits. When 100% open-source companies like Red Hat and MySQL rejig the way they release code (while still releasing it and fully complying with open-source licenses), they get tarred and feathered.

MySQL Community split officially a failure

by mbertier
MySQL fundamentally misunderstands their community

Download | Community MySQL Builds

by mbertier
DorsalSource is a community-focused website whose goal is to provide builds of MySQL and related products. It will be maintained and run by the community. Solid Information Technology and Proven Scaling took the initiative to launch it. We will add additional contributors over time.

Target Practice - A Workshop in Tuning MySQL Queries - Jay Pipes

by mbertier (via)
I gave a tutorial at OSCON last week on tuning MySQL queries, the EXPLAIN statement, the optimizer, and benchmarking. I've gone ahead and put the tutorial materials online now:

MySQL Performance Blog » Landscape of Transactional Storage Engines for MySQL

by mbertier (via)
talks about current state behavior and performance properties of Innodb, Falcon, PBXT and SolidDB Storage Engines

MySQL and the The Death of RAID « Kevin Burton’s NEW FeedBlog

by mbertier (via)
RAID is dying. Shocked? The prediction might be a bit early for some folks. It’s still somewhat conventional for some people to think that RAID is a conservative way to scale your IO.

2006

01net. - SGBDR libres : prêts pour les projets critiques

by nhoizey (via)
Les entreprises adoptent les systèmes de gestion de base de données relationnels libres et y hébergent des données d'applications métier critiques.

activeCollab - open source project management and collaboration tool.

by nhoizey & 54 others, 2 comments
activeCollab est une alternative logiciel libre (très ressemblante) à Basecamp (de 37signals), c'est à dire un outil de gestion de projet simple, avec gestion de « milestones » et tâches associées, de documents, de messages... vont-ils se faire taper dessus par 37signals???

2005

PHP Collaboration Project

by nhoizey (via)
The PHP Collaboration Project is an open source initiative through which the PHP community and partners will create an industrial-grade PHP Web application development and deployment environment

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