Posts Tagged “performance”

Query Throughput on Analytics on OLTP (Postgres)

Vladimir Makovsky, 2015-06-30, 19

In our fifth blog post, we showed how positive effect automatic caching can have on performance boost. For better comparison let's find out approximate request throughput of our application on PostgreSQL.

PostgreSQL OLTP OLAP performance

Interactive Charts with Google Charts

Vladimir Makovsky, 2015-05-12, 37

Google is known for its obsession by a speed and they have deep know-how in scalability. Google Charts are used by Google itself and it's battle-proven technology.

google charts interactive analytic performance

Effective Micro-caching in Relational Database

Hynek Vychodil, 2015-04-14, 100

The caching is integral part of MIA DB design. The reason for it is a huge improvement in the speed of requests processing and request throughput. At the same time, it simplifies a system design. So you basically have all of it or none of it.

MIADB performance caching

1,000,000 Per Ke?

Vladimir Makovsky, 2015-03-02, 28

Have you ever asked how many can we do per ke? We perform a simple test to determine a safe usage limit of incoming requests for our MIA database.

AWS gitcharts ke MIADB performance