Businesses increasingly operate in a 24×7 environment, where complex analytics must be performed on live, continuously incoming “Big Data.” To address this, TokuDB has developed Fractal Tree® technology, a revolutionary new indexing capability that enables SQL databases running advanced web applications to grow from gigabytes to terabytes while improving insert speed, query performance, compression, and enabling zero-downtime schema changes.
TokuDB is used by MySQL and MariaDB customers worldwide to increase their database performance by 20x-80x on Big Data applications that conventional RDBMS’s cannot handle. Instead of waiting hours or even days to run queries or to revise their data model, customers can perform near real-time analysis on live data and instantly take advantage of fast changing business opportunities. Companies can thus capitalize on evolving market conditions, respond to changing business needs, and maintain larger and more comprehensive databases without being held back by database inflexibility. Industries taking advantage of TokuDB include online advertising, social networking, eCommerce personalization, fraud surveillance, mobile gaming, cloud storage, network monitoring, and online publishing.
This webinar covers TokuDB features, latest performance results, and typical use cases.
About the Presenters
Martín Farach-Colton is the Co-founder & Chief Technology Officer at Tokutek. Prof. Farach-Colton is an expert in algorithmic and information retrieval. He was an early employee at Google, where he worked on improving performance of the Web Crawl and where he developed the prototype for the AdSense system. Prof. Farach-Colton is also a Professor of Computer Science at Rutgers University.
Gerry Narvaja leads Technical Services at Tokutek. Gerry has spent more than 25 years in the software industry, most of them working with databases for different kinds of applications, from embedded to large-scale web products. Gerry worked first at MySQL, and then Sun Microsystems supporting the Sales teams. In 2008 he transitioned into being a Senior MySQL DBA. For over a year he has been co-hosting the popular MySQL Community podcast, OurSQL, which was given the MySQL Community Contributor of the Year 2012 award at the recent Percona MySQL Users Conference.