'mysqlconf' Tag

  • It's *that time* of the year

    April 16, 2012

    Even without attending the Percona Live conference in Santa Clara, you could tell something big was going on. One way of measuring it was by looking at the flow of announcements. Here's a brief list, and apologies if I've missed anyone: Monty Program Announcing MariaDB 5.3. (and later Announcing MariaDB 5.5.23 GA) Tokutek Announcing TokuDB […]

  • common_schema talk at Percona Live

    April 8, 2012

    Are you attending PerconaLive? Allow me to suggest you attend the Common Schema: a framework for MySQL server administration session on April 12, 14:00 - 14:50 @ Ballroom F. This talk is by none other than Roland Bouman. Roland co-authored parts of common_schema, and is a great speaker. I have a personal interest, of course, […]

  • Call for Nominations for 2012 MySQL Community Awards

    February 13, 2012

    This post complements Henrik's Call for Nominations for 2012 MySQL Community Awards. Recap: we keep the tradition of awarding MySQL community members for their notable contributions to the MySQL ecosystem. Previously, the awards were given by MySQL AB/Sun. Later on they were given by the community itself, as will follow this year, when the awards […]

  • Percona Live: MySQL Conference And Expo 2012 - a note on proposals

    November 29, 2011

    As a member of the conference committee I review the session and tutorial proposals for the Percona Live MySQL conference in Santa Clara, 2012. The sessions are expected to be technical, and I'm happy the proposals follow this guideline. I use Giuseppe's and Baron's general guidelines for submitting a proposal. I wish to humbly add […]

  • Impressions from MySQL conf 2011, part IV

    April 19, 2011

    This post concludes my impressions from some of the talks I’ve been to. Thursday OQGRAPH: Dealing with Graphs and Hierarchies in Plain SQL / Antony Curtis (Blizzard Entertainment) I opened this day's sessions with a smile. Antony Curtis and Arjen Lentz have authored the OQGraph storage engine a while back. I had every intention to […]

  • Impressions from MySQL conf 2011, part III: BoF Replication

    April 19, 2011

    This post continues my impressions from some of the talks I've been to. I'll dedicate this post to a single session. Wednesday BoF: Replication, Lars Thalmann, Mat Keep (Oracle) Lars Thallman presented the MySQL 5.5 replication features, as well as the expected 5.6 features. Among other features, one could notice parallel replication, binlog checksums, sub-second […]

  • Impressions from MySQL conf 2011, part II

    April 17, 2011

    This post continues my impressions from some of the talks I've been to. Wednesday Replication for Availability & Durability with MySQL and Amazon RDS / Grant McAlister (Amazon.com) Grant McAlister described the Amazon RDS offer, which provides with a pre-installed MySQL servers, and supports auto management of replication and high availability. He desribed asynchronous vs. […]

  • Impressions from MySQL conf 2011, Part I

    April 15, 2011

    Having the conference behind now, I'm reviewing some of my impressions and of sessions I attended. The people To begin with, this conference was a big success for me, in many respects. The sessions were great (more on that later), but of course, meeting with new people and with familiar people, was the more important […]

  • Slides for "openark-kit: MySQL utilities for everyday use"

    April 14, 2011

    Today I have delivered my talk, openark-kit: MySQL utilities for everyday use, at the O'REILLY  MySQL Conference 2011. The slides are uploaded to the O'Reilly site, and I'm attaching them here as well. Feel free to download the PDF: openark-kit-mysqlconf11.pdf I wish to thank all who attended my talk!  

  • Would you be my friend on mysqlconf? (tempting offer inside)

    March 9, 2011

    I'm still throwing papers to the trash and starting all over, fixing, rewriting and improving my talk at mysqlconf 2011, where I will be presenting openark-kit: MySQL utilities for everyday use. However I've got something up my sleeve: a benefit many can enjoy, that'll make me a respectful, popular and sought after speaker. While others […]

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