MySQL Cluster 7.0 Released -- Great Performance over 6.3
By Jennifer Glore on Apr 21, 2009
Today, at the MySQL User's Conference, MySQL Cluster 7.0 was released. MySQL Cluster 7.0 new features
- Enhanced scalability - delivers over 4x higher database performance with fewer nodes to simplify deployment and administration.
- Expanded platform support and interoperability - delivers more choice in both the development and deployment of MySQL Cluster.
- Flexible online backup - snapshots reduce DBA administration overhead and operational costs.
Our groups assisted with the performance benchmarks for the release. Check out Hasham's blog here for the full details. Highlights of the results are:
For 4 Node Cluster, we achieved 251,000 Transactions per minute which is more than 4X improvement over the MySQL Cluster 6.3 release.
For 2 Node Cluster, we achieved 143,000 Transactions per minute which is more than 4X improvement over the MySQL Cluster 6.3 release.
Whether a user is looking to take advantage of the latest multi-core, multi-thread server processors, or is seeking to reduce space and energy consumption of their Cluster hardware, MySQL Cluster 7.0 provides a higher throughput, more efficient solution than previous generations of the MySQL Cluster database.