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Learn how to boost performance 1000x and scale to over 1 billion transactions per second with in-memory storage of hundreds of TBs of data for your MySQL-based applications. Apache Ignite is a unique data management platform that is built on top of a distributed key-value storage and provides full-fledged MySQL support.
Attendees will learn how Apache Ignite handles auto-loading of a MySQL schema and data from PostgreSQL, supports MySQL indexes, supports compound indexes, and various forms of MySQL queries including distributed MySQL joins.
Examples will show:
• How to import MySQL schema from PostgreSQL and preserve and sync the data sets stored in PostgreSQL and Apache Ignite.
• How to connect to Apache Ignite from your favorite tool or application language using an ODBC or JDBC driver and start talking to clustered data using familiar statements like SELECT, UPDATE, DELETE or INSERT.
About the speaker: Fotios Filacouris is a senior solutions architect at GridGain Systems. Prior to joining GridGain in April 2017, Foti was a senior engineer at EnterpriseDB and EtQ. At GridGain, he helps customers solve problems and answer questions on-site as well as online. He is also an expert in market research, helping the product team enhance current products and services as well as to identify new areas of opportunity. Foti is based in New York City.
More about Apache Ignite here: https://ignite.apache.org/whatisignite ------------- Logistics -------------
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