'secondary' Tag

  • Speaking at Percona Live Dublin: keynote, orchestrator tutorial, MySQL testing automation

    September 13, 2017

    I'm looking forward to a busy Percona Live Dublin conference, delivering three talks. Chronologically, these are: Practical orchestrator tutorial Attend this 3 hour tutorial for a thorough overview on orchestrator: what, why, how to configure, best advice, deployments, failovers, security, high availability, common operations, ... We will of course discuss the new orchestrator/raft setup and […]

  • Remembering Jaakko Pesonen

    September 9, 2017

    I was sorrowed to hear that Jaakko Pesonen has passed away after battling cancer. I first met Jaakko a few years back, during a Percona Live conference, and as community goes, our paths crossed again a few times. He spoke at and attended conferences where we'd have casual chats. We were both expats in the Netherlands […]

  • Orchestrator progress

    December 23, 2015

    This comes mostly to reassure, having moved into GitHub: orchestrator development continues. I will have the privilege of working on this open source solution in GitHub. There are a few directions we can take orchestrator to, and we will be looking into the possibilities. We will continue to strengthen the crash recovery process, and in […]

  • Percona Live 2015: Reflections

    April 18, 2015

    Some personal reflections on PerconaLive 2015: Percona acquires Tokutek Well done! Tokutek develops the TokuDB storage engine for MySQL and TokuMX engine for MongoDB. I will discuss the MySQL aspect only. TokuDB was released as open source in 2013. It has attained a lot of traction and I have used it myself for some time. […]

  • Percona Live 2015: Reflections; the Apache CCLA offer

    April 18, 2015

    Facebook, Google, Twitter, LinkedIn, Alibaba, MariaDB, Percona team up and offer Oracle all public changes under the Apache CCLA Read again please. My one word summary of this is: Romantic. In the most positive sense. Disclaimer: I am not a lawyer; this is my understanding of the current status and of the offer. Summarizing the […]

  • MySQL Community Awards 2015: the Winners

    April 18, 2015

    The MySQL Community Awards initiative is an effort to acknowledge and thank individuals and corporates for their contributions to the MySQL ecosystem. It is a from-the-community, by-the-community and for-the-community effort. The committee is composed of an independent group of community members of different orientation and opinion, themselves past winners or known contributors to the community. […]

  • Speaking at Percona Live: Pseudo GTID and Easy Replication Topology Management

    March 31, 2015

    In two weeks time I will be presenting Pseudo GTID and Easy Replication Topology Management at Percona Live. From the time I submitted the proposal a LOT has been developed, experimented, deployed and used with both Pseudo GTID and with orchestrator. In my talk I will: Suggest that you skip the "to GTID or not to GTID" question […]

  • Joining Booking.com

    November 14, 2014

    I'm excited to be joining Booking.com at the Netherlands in a couple weeks 🙂 I'm looking forward to be working with a great team and friendly people! I hope to contribute from my experience and of course be challenged by difficult problems. Booking.com is a supporter of open source in multiple aspects, and I am […]

  • Percona Live 2015: Call for Papers is open

    October 31, 2014

    And not for long! The Call for Papers for Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo, to be held at Santa Clara in April 2015, is open. The dead line for submissions is Nov. 16th; that's just around the corner. As with previous years, we will hold a 4 day conference, the first being a tutorials […]

  • Three wishes for a new year

    September 23, 2014

    Another new year by Jewish calendar. What do I wish for the following year? World peace Good health to all Multi-core execution for queries After having evaluated a few columnar databases, and having seen how a single query gets 24 cores busy, I can't look at MySQL the same way again. The fact that a […]

 
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