MySQL management plugin for EM 12c has been long overdue. I’ve initially migrated the older plugin to EM 12c about 6 months ago and few dozen people received this as initial beta of the plugin. It worked OK but didn’t use any of the 12c new features and its home page was a bit of a mess in the EM 12c Cloud Control web interface.
My impressions: being the first time that these kind of conferences were done in Argentina I have to say it was great, small but great. No many people knew about the event and even that the response was pretty good. It was a 3 day event with plenty of technical talks and some others talks coming from Companies who wanted to share experiences and impressions on what is coming for MySQL technologies.
Join Francisco Bordenave from Pythian’s MySQL team for a presentation on replication, old and new.
The traditional NoCOUG SQL challenge has been launched this year with a twist: in the wake of the “BigData” trend/buzz, it’s now been upgraded to a “SQL and/vs. NoSQL” challenge. I took on the challenge, treading through my SQL comfort zone, thinking of ways I could bend relational algebra to solve the wicked puzzle suggested this year.
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The actual challenge calls for a more generic solution than originally described in the magazine. Because there is no glory in half-solving a problem, I had to come back to it. And because the Great Karmic Balance could probably use it, I thought I could take advance of the broader scope to produces a solution more geared toward elegance and modernism.
The first MySQL/MariaDB/NoSQL Latin America event is on its way and Pythian will have a MySQL guy there. Yes, Francisco Bordenave is going to be one of the speakers. I am presenting a conference about Replication in MySQL, how to’s and what’s new in newer versions. This is a very important event and many of our friends will be there.
Simple issue that Mark Callaghan mentioned on DDL operation. I found the back porting interesting, not always a possible option, and the out-coming results. Nothing to comment on top of what was already stated there, but mentioning it because interesting to read.
Until very recently, SQL Azure was the only solution offering SQL server on cloud, Google Cloud SQL offering MySQL only and Amazon offering MySQL and Oracle Not anymore! The online retail and cloud solution giant is now offering SQL server as part of its RDS service and also added ASP.NET support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk
I was presented with test results which showed that IN query was about 100 times faster than OR query. Where OR query took minutes to run, IN query took seconds! Ok, I said to myself, it is time to start digging. Here are my findings.