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MariaDB High Performance

By : Pierre Mavro
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MariaDB High Performance

By: Pierre Mavro

Overview of this book

Table of Contents (18 chapters)
MariaDB High Performance
About the Author
About the Reviewers

About the Reviewers

David "DaviXX" CHANIAL is a French autodidact system administrator and programmer. He has been setting up high-availability hosting solutions for years, especially using Gentoo Linux, Apache/Nginx, PHP, MySQL/MariaDB, and Python/Perl/C.

David sold the French company EuroWeb in 2011, which he had cofounded and managed on a technical level since 2003 (EuroWeb was into hosting, dedicated servers, managed services, and consulting). He spent some time working as a consultant for the company Magic Online that had acquired his old company.

Currently, in addition to working independently with his company DaviXX on projects using Ansible, MariaDB, Django, embedded systems, and some electronic systems, David holds the position of Director of System and Network at Believe Digital Group.

P. R. Karthik has a Bachelor's degree in Engineering in Electronics and Communications. He is an experienced MySQL database administrator and works for one of the Fortune 500 companies providing planning, architecture, and resource management solutions for mission-critical database applications, such as online advertising and e-commerce. He manages one of the biggest MySQL farms. He is a tech enthusiast and is socially connected with MySQL and open source communities, sharing his expertise and learning from other technologists in this field. He is a regular blogger at

He has also worked on reviewing the book Getting Started with MariaDB, Packt Publishing.

Emilien Kenler, after working on small web projects, began focusing on game development in 2008 while he was in high school. Until 2011, he worked for different groups and specialized in system administration.

In 2011, he founded a company that sold Minecraft servers while he was completing his engineering in Computer Science. He created a lightweight IaaS based on new technologies such as Node.js and RabbitMQ.

Thereafter, he worked at TaDaweb as a system administrator, building its infrastructure and creating tools to manage deployments and monitoring.

In 2014, he began a new adventure at Wizcorp, Tokyo. He will graduate in 2014 from the University of Technology of Compiègne.

He has also contributed as a reviewer on another book Learning Nagios 4, Packt Publishing (

Joffrey MICHAÏE joined MySQL AB / Sun as a consultant in 2009 and quickly became one of the most prominent consultants. He has since joined SkySQL and continues to spread the word as a principal consultant. His common duties include designing architectures, tuning the performance, and troubleshooting or migrating database installations using MariaDB and MySQL. When not in an airplane, Joffrey enjoys the nightlife in Barcelona.

Daniel Parnell has been messing around with computers from a very early age. Starting out with an AIM-65, he has used Commodore VIC-20, Commodore 64, Apple IIe, Commodore Amiga, an ICL Concurrent CP/M-86 machine, Apple Macintosh Plus, and various other PCs and Macs so far.

Recently, Daniel has been working on web applications for the healthcare industry using Ruby on Rails and is building a rich web application using JavaScript as the frontend and Erlang as the backend.

When Daniel is not coding or tinkering with electronic gadgets, he can be found spending time with his family. He lost his 6-year-old son last year to an untreatable neurodegenerative disorder called Batten disease.