Optimizing database performance is essential for seamless application delivery. Poorly written queries, missing indexes, and overall database design issues can cause failures and application bottlenecks. Degraded performance can also be caused by hardware capacity issues, i. e. lack of CPU, memory, storage, and network resources.
Hardware-level database optimization will be the focus of our live virtual session with Intel, in which we will cover:
• Common database performance challenges
• Best practices for hardware optimization
• Features of Intel® Optane™ Persistent Memory (PMem)
• 3rd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors
• MySQL benchmark tests on Bare Metal Cloud
Our speakers, Kristie Mann, VP, Intel Optane Group at Intel, Gerald Kunstman, Intel Ambassador at phoenixNAP, and Charlie Yu, Director, Systems Engineering at MemVerge will share expert advice on how to pick the right hardware for your database.
You will learn about processor, storage, memory, and network technologies that you should consider for improved database performance. A special focus will be dedicated to the features and potential of Intel Optane Persistent Memory technology, the second generation of a high performing persistent memory tier built to turn data into actionable insights.
We will also compare how different Intel-based instances available in Bare Metal Cloud perform for a 100 GB database in terms of Reads, Writes, Transactions per Sec, Latency (min), and execution time. The results will illustrate different performance levels you can achieve with Bare Metal Cloud and help you better understand which might be right for your own needs.
Publisher: phoenixNAP Global IT Services
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