New MemSQL=80k queries/second, MySQL 3.5k

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  1. Emaginem

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    Read about it yesterday still more on a wait and see approach. Looks like they are only using in memory tables with decent hardware read they were using SDD for hard drive.
    The one part that looks different is looks they might have a better caching system for the SQL statements not sure how much a difference it would work with different queries.
    Right now thinking they are just trying to get buzz,funding, more developers.
    Wondering also if they built the entire database off of MySQL or new code since MySQL is GPL.
    Any way will keep a watch on it.
     
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    IMHO Mysql is still great and will be fast enough when you build your applications right.

    I build up a ad network with a lot of publishers based on mysql. When you need to cache results you can use memcached which is very fast if you have enought ram.

    Btw Interresting reading.
     

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