One of the key reasons why MySQL is so flexible is because of the support for different storage engines. Rather than supporting a single method for storing information you can choose the optimal method for your database and application. But how do you find out what is available, and how do you choose between MySQL Storage Engines. Are there storage engines that are better at some applications than others, and is there a handy guide that tells you? Well, I hope so, because that is exactly what my new article, MySQL Storage Engines, aims to do.