Posts Tagged: scalability

Velocity 2012

Velocity, here I come!  My first time - looking forward to it!  :)

 

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Using MySQL as NoSQL - 750,000 qps on commodity hardware

Like many other high scale web sites, we at DeNA(*) had similar issues for years. But we reached a different conclusion. We are using “only MySQL”. We still use memcached for front-end caching (i.e. preprocessed HTML, count/summary info), but we do not use memcached for caching rows. We do not use NoSQL, either. Why? Because we could get much better performance from MySQL than from other NoSQL products. In our benchmarks, we could get 750,000+ qps on a commodity MySQL/InnoDB 5.1 server from remote web clients. We also have got excellent performance on production environments.

Pretty nifty.

 

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