InnoDB is the default storage engine for MySQL as of MySQL 5.5. It provides the standard ACID-compliant transactions, row-level locking, multi-version concurrency control, and referential integrity. At this session, we will give a brief overall of InnoDB architecture and its main features; then discuss the current state of InnoDB and its latest enhancements. We will also discuss the future directions of InnoDB.
Calvin Sun is the senior manager of InnoDB team at Oracle. He joined the InnoDB team in early 2008. Prior to that, Calvin was a development manager at MySQL, managing MySQL storage engines and 3rd party storage engine vendors relationships. He has over ten years of database development experience, mostly on various storage engines. Calvin currently lives in Austin, Texas.
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