How to Handle Mixed Workloads with Fewer Databases

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Andy Oliver, Senior Director of Product Marketing, MariaDB

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Applications are not strictly transactional or analytical, OLTP or OLAP. And today’s data is not strictly structured or unstructured, but often a combination of both. Everyday applications need to do a lot of short reads and writes but also answer questions like, “How many of each widget type did we sell?” So, how can you write an application that handles mixed workloads without a messy, cumbersome architecture? In this webinar, we will look at: • The current state of the art in database architecture • Techniques to deal with “long queries” • How to handle JSON data • Data consistency factors • Up-and-coming technology
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