MinervaDB Athena 2020 Key note – Building Database Infrastructure for Performance and Reliability

MinervaDB Athena 2020 Key note – Building Database Infrastructure for Performance and Reliability


MinervaDB Athena 2020, Open Source WebScale Database Systems Infrastructure Operations Virtual Conference hosted by MinervaDB Inc. happened on Friday, 11 December 2020 (09:00 AM PST to 07:00 PM PST). My talk was “Building Database Infrastructure for Performance and Reliability“, This talk is about what it takes to build optimal and reliable Database Infrastructure Operations for WebScale. The talk covered topics like capacity planning / sizing, observability, performance optimization / tuning, scale-out / replication, sharding, database reliability engineering, database security etc. , So why I choose this topic for speaking ? For last several years when I talk to customers about building their MySQL / MariaDB / PostgreSQL for performance or reliability, The standardization of Database Infrastructure Operations at a scale was getting complex and quality of DBA ops. was getting compromised occasionally, this was also worrying me professionally so I decided to define a framework for optimal DBA Ops. This talk is about all the required components for building database infrastructure addressing performance and reliability. To conclude, I will take this opportunity to thank all attendees and speakers of MinervaDB Athena 2020, Looking forward to your support in the future conferences.

P.S. – To download the PDF of my talk please click here

MinervaDB Athena 2020 Key note – Building Database Infrastructure for Performance and Reliability

About Shiv Iyer 72 Articles
Open Source Database Systems Engineer with a deep understanding of Optimizer Internals, Performance Engineering, Scalability and Data SRE. Shiv currently is the Founder, Investor, Board Member and CEO of multiple Database Systems Infrastructure Operations companies in the Transaction Processing Computing and ColumnStores ecosystem. He is also a frequent speaker in open source software conferences globally.

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