MySQL Performance Tuning Ed 3


The MySQL Performance Tuning course teaches you how to tune MySQL for optimal performance. You will learn best practices for configuring, monitoring, and troubleshooting your server, databases and queries using a range of tools.


MySQL is the world's most popular open source database, and the leading database for web applications. The majority of the largest web properties rely on MySQL to cope with huge numbers of transactions simultaneously, while maintaining the integrity of their data. As users continue to demand better performance and more functionality from web applications, you need to make sure that your database can keep up. The MySQL Performance Tuning course will teach you how to use the vast array of configuration options, monitoring tools, and techniques employed by MySQL database professionals to keep your applications fast, efficient, and safe. • Tune the MySQL server instance • Design a schema for optimal performance • Understand how MySQL optimizes queries • Identify and fix slow queries • Diagnose and resolve common performance issues • Optimize MySQL for your application environment • Identify the performance impact of hardware • Understand performance tuning concepts • List factors that affect performance • Use a range of performance tuning tools • Configure and use the Performance Schema




• MySQL Overview • MySQL Products and Tools • MySQL Services and Support • MySQL Web Pages • MySQL Courses • MySQL Certification • MySQL Documentation

• Thinking About Performance • Areas to Tune • Performance Tuning Terminology • Benchmark Planning • Benchmark Errors • Tuning Steps • General Tuning Session • Deploying MySQL and Benchmarking

• MySQL Monitoring Tools • Open Source Community Monitoring Tools • Benchmark Tools • Stress Tools

• Major Components of the MySQL Server • MySQL Thread Handling • MySQL Memory Usage • Simultaneous Connections in MySQL • Reusing Threads • Effects of Thread Caching • Reusing Tables • Setting table_open_cache

• MySQL Query Cache • When to Use the MySQL Query Cache • When NOT to Use the MySQL Query Cache • MySQL Query Cache Settings • MySQL Query Cache Status Variables • Improve Query Cache Results

• InnoDB Storage Engine • InnoDB Storage Engine Uses • Using the InnoDB Storage Engine • InnoDB Log Files and Buffers • Committing Transactions • InnoDB Table Design • SHOW ENGINE INNODB STATUS • InnoDB Monitors and Settings

• MyISAM Storage Engine Uses • MyISAM Table Design • Optimizing MyISAM • MyISAM Table Locks • MyISAM Settings • MyISAM Key Cache • MyISAM Full-Text Search

• Large Objects • MEMORY Storage Engine Uses • MEMORY Storage Engine Performance • Multiple Storage Engine Advantages • Single Storage Engine Advantages

• Schema Design Considerations • Normalization and Performance • Schema Design • Data Types • Indexes • Partitioning

• General SQL Tuning Best Practices • EXPLAIN • MySQL Optimizer • Finding Problematic Queries • Improve Query Executions • Locate and Correct Problematic Queries

• Configuring Hardware • Considering Operating Systems • Operating Systems Configurations • Logging • Backup and Recovery

• Course Overview • Training and Certification Website • Course Evaluation • Thank You! • Q&A Session


Practice Activities
Case Studies


Pre test
Post test
Certification Exam


4 Days

Target Audience

• Web Administrator • Application Developers • Database Administrators • System Administrator • Database Designers • Developer


Nov 2017