Using SSDs to Speed Database Performance – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 278

November 5th, 2013 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein:In this archive of an Oracle OpenWorld livecast, Kirby McCord, Infrastructure Architecture Lead at US Cellular, stops by to talk about speeding up database performance using SSDs and when it makes sense to implement. Using SSDs allows US Cellular to process queries that previously couldn’t be executed (like the number of calls made on a certain day in a certain location). He also discusses the possibility of using in-memory database solutions in the future.

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