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Richard Yen

EnterpriseDB

Richard has been using PostgreSQL since v. 7.4 in 2003. He is a Principal Support Engineer at EnterpriseDB, providing technical support to DBAs and developers around the world, and works with many clients ranging from private corporations to government organizations and financial institutions.

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When an application scales up, the underlying database often needs to be tweaked to keep up with the incoming demand. Intuitively sysadmins and database admins scale up the hardware and tune configuration parameters to meet higher demand. Unfortunately, it's not always the case that more hardware and resources will lead to better performance. In this talk, we'll cover why scaling up isn't just about putting in more money and proportionally allocating more resources.

Date:
2022 January 20 15:00 PST
Duration:
20 min
Room:
Winchester
Conference:
Silicon Valley 2022
Language:
Track:
Ops
Difficulty:
Easy