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Jacob Nikom, senior database architect at Invaluable, LLC, will discuss "Using MySQL database for Data Warehouse Implementation".
In this presentation I describe my company's data warehouse that was created using MySQL database. One of our goals was to investigate Open Source storage solution and its coexistence with company's proprietary data storage technology. We found that this combination provided us not just with quite reasonable cost, but also with excellent flexibility and reliability, and after significant optimization, it delivered quite satisfying performance. We were able to start from scratch, developed small, but useful application, and could successfully to scale it up in step with company's growth.
I will talk about general data warehouse principles and how they applied to our data warehouse design, the storage and data management design and implementation, performance optimization and future directions for our data warehouse development.
Dr. Jacob Nikom is a senior database architect of Invaluable, LLC, where he is developing company's data warehouse based on MySQL technology. Before joining Invaluable, Dr. Nikom worked as Data Architect at Amazon Company, where he developed High Availability cluster based on MySQL 5.6 and Pacemaker resource manager to control thousands of robotic drive units for Amazon fulfillment centers.
Prior to Amazon, Dr. Nikom was senior database architect and DBA for Nokia Corporation internet web store with more than 400 million customers. Before Nokia he worked at MIT Lincoln Laboratory, investigating, designing and implementing sensor data storage and management technology.
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