Comments on: Managing Internet Protocol Television Data. — An interview with Stefan Arbanowski. Trends and Information on AI, Big Data, New Data Management Technologies, Data Science and Innovation. Thu, 30 Jul 2020 10:08:53 +0000 hourly 1 By: Dimitri Mon, 09 Jul 2012 13:34:37 +0000 Regarding your white paper:

Was it intentional to compare with a so old MySQL version?.. there is MySQL 5.5 which is already GA since last year, and MySQL 5.6 which is available as labs release — both are way better than 5.0..

Then, did you analyze your bottlenecks in MySQL?.. did you try to understand or to tune it? — using just a default settings as it is not a right thing to do when you’re expecting to reach some performance goals (and it’s true for any databases, not only MySQL)..

As well, from a very few information you’re providing, I may suppose you’ve used MyISAM as storage engine for your tables.. – why did not you use InnoDB, which is high concurrent and truly transactional?..

And then, if you’re considering in-memory solutions — why you did not try MySQL Cluster which is easily giving today 1M TPS even on a single node?..

Well, looks very ugly for me as a comparison and its conclusion..


By: Robert Friberg Sat, 30 Jun 2012 05:14:54 +0000 In the interview 3 implementations are mentioned, including handling data in RAM, which is not described in the whitepaper. Any information about this would be interesting!