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[19 Jun 2012 | Comments Off on MySQL and Postgres Cloud Offerings | ]

This video discusses the MySQL and PostgreSQL Cloud offerings and shows the dark side of this strategy like performance problems or the fact that virtualization doesn’t magically give you extra IO on your storage.

[13 Jun 2012 | Comments Off on Making LAMP a Cloud | ]

The LAMP stack rules in the scale-out world. Is there a major web property that doesn’t run on MySQL? However, as we shift to a cloud infrastructure for software, it’s not about stacks any longer. It’s about mixing and matching the most suitable pieces of software, connecting them through APIs in templated images we run on virtual machines – on-premise or in the cloud, or both. The same application may run MySQL, a NoSQL product and Hadoop. We have many more combinations than just a few years ago. This talk …

[27 Apr 2011 | Comments Off on Razi Sharir, Xeround CEO, Interview by Robert Scoble | ]

At the recent MySQL Conference Razi Sharir sat down with Robert Scoble from Building43 to discuss Xeround’s cloud database solution.

Video Producer: http://www.building43.com/

[7 Apr 2011 | Comments Off on High Performance Websites in the Cloud | ]

Matt Wood presents the most important AWS services, explaining how to scale up and out, how to extend the basic stack, how to use storage, and how to manage MySQL databases running on EC2.

[5 Jan 2011 | Comments Off on Building Reliable Production Applications with Amazon RDS | ]

Learn how Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) makes it easier to run a reliable and scalable MySQL database in the cloud. This webinar describes how Amazon RDS offloads the basic administration of running a relational database, while offering enhanced functionality like Multi-AZ deployments, which offer more robust MySQL availability and durability.
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[28 Mar 2010 | Comments Off on Running MySQL on Amazon EC2 with EBS (Elastic Block Store) | ]

This tutorial describes one approach to using Amazon EC2’s Elastic Block Store (EBS) as a persistent storage mechanism for a production MySQL database server, including snapshot backup and restore.