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MySQL Reference Architectures for Massively Scalable Web Infrastructure

A 25 page whitepaper published by Oracle describing a set of best practices for MySQL deployments to accommodate scenarios from small to very large acccording to the following criteria:

  1. queries/second
  2. transactions/second
  3. concurrent read users
  4. concurrent write users
  5. database sizes for 4 types of use cases (sessions, eCommerce, analytics, content management)

Downloading the paper requires registration, but it’s worth reading and thinking about the suggested architectures (even if in a few spots it pushes for the commercials tools offered by Oracle).

Original title and link: MySQL Reference Architectures for Massively Scalable Web Infrastructure (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)