Articles in mysql

Designing the UFC Moneyball

Using big data analysis on sports? Gigi Sayfan takes us through doing just that with Cassandra/Scylla, MySQL, and Redis. In this Compose's Write Stuff article, he shows us how he constructs his own Moneyball. Sports and big data analysis are a great…

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Compose for MySQL and Compose for ScyllaDB: the new Compose databases on Bluemix

Since we made Compose-hosted databases for Bluemix available, we've seen Bluemix users opening up the catalog to the benefits of hosted and managed Compose for MongoDB, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, RethinkDB, etcd and RabbitMQ. There's now two m…

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DataLayer: Online Schema Migrations for MySQL Using gh-ost

gh-ost is a new tool by GitHub which changes the paradigm of MySQL online schema changes, designed to overcome today's limitations and difficulties in online migrations. gh-ost is: Triggerless Pausable Lightweight Controllable Testable In this sessio…

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NewsBits - MySQL, Redis, Elasticsearch, PostgreSQL, CentOS, CoreOS and more

NewsBits for the week ending December 16 - MySQL Group Replication is now GA, Redis 4.0 RCs, Modules and Loglog changes, GoRethink needs a new maintainer, Elasticsearch's Java REST, PostgreSQL indexes, CentOS Linux 7 lands, CoreOS changes name, Linux…

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Database Management Tools and Compose for MySQL

Since the launching of Compose for MySQL, we’ve shown how to connect to your deployment using the command line and various connection drivers. However, there are times when you may want to dive deeper into your database without having to run a series…

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NewsBits: Elasticsearch 5.0rc1, VoltDB vs Jepsen, MySQL, Node.js LTS, Java and more

Compose NewsBits for the week ending October 21st - Elasticsearch 5.0 reaches RC1, VoltDB vaults over Jepsen tests, MySQL's Node.js driver hits npm, Pinterest and MySQL compression, how AirBnB horizontally scaled, Node 6 goes LTS, Java 9 gets a GA da…

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Connecting applications to Compose for MySQL

At Compose, we focus on making databases accessible and easy. Since launching Compose for MySQL in beta, we've discussed how to set up a MySQL deployment and connect to it from the command line. Now, we are going to look connecting your applications…

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NewsBits: MySQL, PostgreSQL, Redis Search, OpenStack Newton, Ubuntu 16.10 and more

Compose NewsBits for the week ending October 14th - MySQL gets an SSL update, PostgreSQL 9.6 gets looked over, more about Redis's search engine module, how to style your SQL, OpenStack Newton arrives and so does Ubuntu 16.10 which includes Newton, th…

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Connecting to Compose for MySQL

With Compose for MySQL now available as a beta, you'll be eager to get up and running with it. Here, we'll walk through how to set up a deployment and securely connect to it. We will take you from provisioning your own MySQL database to connecting to…

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Compose for MySQL now for you

Compose is pleased to bring a new database onto our platform in the form of Compose for MySQL. We've always considered MySQL as a potential Compose database, but had to wait for the arrival of a high availability solution that worked well enough that…

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