Configuring workload-based storage and topologies

  • Kenny Geiselhart, Enterprise Architect at MariaDB
Session Abstract

MariaDB has multiple workload-optimized storage engines, including InnoDB for mixed workloads, MyRocks for write-intensive workloads, Spider for scalable workloads and ColumnStore for analytical workloads. In this session, Kenny Geiselhart discusses how to choose the right storage engine for individual tables, and how replication and asymmetric topologies can be used to further optimize MariaDB and the hardware it runs on for specific workloads.

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