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By shanti on Jun 12, 2008
As I indicated in my previous post on MySQL performance, we have been doing some performance work using an internally developed web2.0 application. Akara and I will be presenting this app publicly to a large audience for the first time at the upcoming Velocity Conference in Burlingame, CA on June 23, 24. Check out our abstract. Most of our work uses Cool Stack so a lot of the results we will be presenting will be based on that. If you're struggling with performance issues, this conference may be worth checking out.
If you will be attending the conference, please stop by and say hello. It's always good to see people whom we only know through blogs and forums.
I'm a Senior Staff Engineer in the Performance & Applications Engineering Group (PAE). This blog focuses on tips to build, configure, tune and measure performance of popular open source web applications on Solaris.
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