Lesson 12 - MySQL Step by Step: Database Performance Optimization
In the previous lesson, MySQL Step By Step: Structure Change, Transactions and Views, we showed how to change the database structure, transactions, and views. Today, we're going to focus on optimizing the database performance. It depends on many factors and can be scaled very easily.
The first factor, of course, is the database we choose. MySQL isn't the best in performance, but when set up properly, it should be enough for most projects. More powerful databases would be, for example, SQLite or PostgreSQL. In the corporate sector,
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