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Completing the MySQL Query Tuning Trilogy: working with optimizer & SQL tuning

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Thanks to everyone who participated in this week’s webinar on working with optimizer and SQL tuning. In this session, Krzysztof Książek, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, discussed how execution plans are calculated. He also took a closer look at InnoDB statistics, how to hint the optimizer and finally, how to optimize SQL.

Watch the replay

The complete MySQL Query Tuning Trilogy is available to watch online, so if you missed the first two parts, you can now catch up with them on demand.

MySQL Query Tuning Trilogy

An in-depth look into the ins and outs of optimising MySQL queries

When done right, tuning MySQL queries and indexes can significantly increase the performance of your application as well as decrease response times. This is why we’ve covered this complex topic over the course of three webinars of 60 minutes each.

Part 1: Query tuning process and tools

Part 2: Indexing and EXPLAIN - deep dive

Part 3: Working with optimizer & SQL tuning

Trilogy speaker

Krzysztof Książek, Senior Support Engineer at Severalnines, is a MySQL DBA with experience in managing complex database environments for companies like Zendesk, Chegg, Pinterest and Flipboard. He’s the main author of the Severalnines blog and webinar series: Become a MySQL DBA.

Happy MySQL query tuning!

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