Here are my thoughts on the “Boost Your Replication Throughput with Parallel Apply, Prefetch, and Batching” presentation I attended today, very insightful.
It seems like yesterday that the blogs appeared. Over the years they have proved to be of much value for the technical and not-so-technical masses. The big boom in this social media outlet has enabled unprecedented sharing of ideas for the database professionals. The nature of databases and the blogging is to always be changing, but Log Buffer Edition stays, and here is the Log Buffer #267.
Migrating to MySQL might seem attractive from a cost perspective, but is your application really a good candidate for this? What will you need to change? What features of your current database do you rely on, and which features in MySQL might be a good replacement or substitute? What is the likely cost and effort of a typical migration project? We will go through several aspects like….
Here are the slides from my presentation “From Requirements to Partitioning and Sharding and Everything in Between”. A big thanks to all the attendees for their interest and questions. I got a lot of questions, so the audience was definitely very engaged!
In about 4 hours, at 2PM PDT, I’ll be giving my talk “Security Around MySQL” at Ballroom A at the Percona Live MySQL Conference 2012. It’s a summary and guide of practical and easy-to-implement security tips around MySQL and the application. These tips were all gleamed from my years at start-ups (some which I worked at and some which I founded) and from experience at Pythian.
Here`s what happening today the the 2012 MySQL Conference.
This post is just a quick update as to what is going on at the conference today the keynote from Mark Callaghan of Facebook, titled “What Comes Next for MySQL”, just finished, have a look..
An exciting and busy day yesterday – lots of good talks, good conversations and good beer! Back at the sessions this morning and the first keynote of the day by Sam Ghods of Box: “MySQL: Still the Best Choice for Mission-Critical Data”
In this post I provide a brief overview and my own comments of a few presentations I attended today at the 2012 MySQL Conference. Enjoy!
The last Keynote was from none other than The Brian Aker, a keynote on the New MySQL Cloud Ecosystem. He was formerly the Director of Architecture for MySQL and also the creator of Drizzle. He is currently a fellow at HP, leading their cloud architecture group.