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By Thierry Manfe on Nov 16, 2009
I've been working with 2 startups to understand how their infrastructure behaves today and what could prevent them to scale, which led me to show how to run a quick diagnostic on an existing system and to restate some key fundamentals in terms of scalability.[Read More]
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By Thierry Manfe on Oct 16, 2009
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Tuesday Feb 26, 2008
By Steve Quan on Feb 26, 2008
SugarCRM is a open source Customer Relationship Management software that runs on Apache, MySQL and PHP (aka AMP stack). Today, we showed how to scale SugarCRM on Sun's Coolthreads Server running Solaris Operating system to 700 concurrent users. For more information, go to http://blogs.sun.com/vanga/entry/scaling_sugarcrm_with_mysql_on.
By Matt Hosanee on Feb 26, 2008
Sun and MySQL meetups are coming near you. This special world tour brings together the expertise, best practices, and technology know-how directly to you. Find out when they are going to be in your city. See Locations
Wednesday, March 5
The Lamb Pub Lambs Conduit Street, London.
Time: 6:30 - 9:00pm
MySQL Host: Mark Baker
MySQL Exec: Marten Mickos
Sun Exec: Simon Phipps
Tuesday Jan 15, 2008
By user13333379 on Jan 15, 2008
We looking forward to make MySQL applications work best with Solaris within our partner organisation.Open Source software solution stacks are a strategic focus for us to work with you.
Our upcoming code camps aound "Tomcat to glassfish migrations" is already based on MySQL.
Sign up for the German code camps in February, and the ones in Israel in March and discuss all technical aspects with us!
Thursday Nov 01, 2007
By Steve Quan on Nov 01, 2007
The Fotolog/Solaris/MySQL Webinar generated a lot of interest; and some have asked what other ways can help them manage MySQL Enterprise. You can experience the MySQL Enterprise Monitor to monitor your MySQL servers and receive alerts of potential problems. Register at http://www.mysql.com/ent-trial-reg-2007/ and try MySQL Monitor free for 30 days.
Wednesday Oct 17, 2007
By Steve Quan on Oct 17, 2007
I am Steve Quan, Sun's Opensource Segment Manager. I want to invite you to a webinar to learn how a Sun customer scaled their MySQL Enterprise Database to 64 threads.
Fotolog has become a Top 20 web destination using My SQL, Solaris & multithreading. Their senior MySQL DBA will explain how they scale in this InformationWeek webcast on 10/24 at 11A PT/2P ET.
Webcast Info and Registration.
Please let me know if you liked it and provide a comment!
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- Preparing for the Upcoming Removal of UCB Utilities from the Next Version of Solaris
- EMC NetWorker Performance & Scalability with SPARC T5
- Best Practices Using Oracle Solaris Compliance Tool for SAP
- Informatica Analytics on Oracle SPARC: Up-to 9X Faster with In-Memory DB
- The Advantage of Running Temenos on Oracle Engineered Systems
- Scaling Intellect MH on Oracle SPARC to 25,000 TPS
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