MySQL operations in Docker is a three-hour tutorial, and it will be an expansion of the talk by the same title presented at OOW. Attendees who want to play along can do it, by coming prepared with Docker 1.11 or later and the following images already pulled (images with [+] are mandatory, while [-] are optional):
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MySQL is a growing presence at Oracle Open World. While most of the headlines belong to the main products, where Oracle services are aiming at world domination, MySQL shared the spotlight, as it was announced to be part of Oracle database cloud. It seems a logical move for Oracle: after all the effort to make MySQL 5.7 the biggest release ever, it stands to reason that it is offered as a competitive feature in its own database as a service.
With this offer, Oracle is applying enterprise pricing and methodologies to a target of emerging companies. MySQL in the Oracle cloud differs from the competition by a few key points:
- It's only MySQL 5.7. While this is the most advanced MySQL server …
During Oracle OpenWorld, on Tuesday, September 20th,
at 7.00pm, the place to be will be at the MySQL Community
OpenWorld attendees, members of local MySQL user groups, MySQL users in the Bay Area – you’re all invited to Oracle’s MySQL Community Reception to meet the MySQL Team !
Mingle with your peers, run into old friends from around the MySQL Community and/or meet the MySQL engineers to discuss the new features of MySQL 8.0, discuss performance with DimitriK or Group Replication with the replication team !
And don’t forget to chat with the MySQL Oracle ACEs that will be present too.
You can already register to the event’s page!
We are looking forward to see you there.
Yesterday I was in Paris to attend a OpenTech Meetup related to MySQL.
You can find below the two presentations I gave (Warning: in French).
The audience was very interested and I got …[Read more]
Last time I went to LaraconEU as in 2014 as speaker in the community track, it was my first international event ever speaking in english and I had jitters from it.
A lot a friends were made and it was nice to see all of them again this year.
What I also like about LaraconEU it is a Laravel conference that doesn’t talk always about Laravel, being a bit less insular than one would imagine.
Shawn McCool and his team made a great job this year and I was very honoured this year to be in the Track #1 (Blue Track).
The first round of applauses when I was introducing myself and saying this was my second Laracon made very much emotional and triggered something on my mind:
These people are there to soak in the knowledge you have to share, so give your best, and I confess I tried exactly that.
The venue was amazing, I don’t have a single complaint to …[Read more]
It is soon time for the annual Oracle OpenWorld conference in San Francisco. This year it takes place from 18 to 22 September. There will be a wide range of talks about MySQL and other Oracle products with speakers including Oracle developers, product management, Support, customers, and community members. So there should be something for everyone.
MySQL Support will have two talks this year:
Monday 11:00am - 01:00pm
MySQL DBA Primer
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From October 3rd to 5th, the MySQL Engineering and Community Team will be in Amsterdam to present MySQL 8.0 at Percona Live.
The Conference Committee has rated all the numerous submissions and I’m very proud to announce that we will deliver the following 11 sessions:
- MySQL Group Replication in a nutshell: hands-on tutorial, by myself and Kenny Gryp, 3 October 1:30PM – 4:30PM
- MySQL 8.0: Overview, Geir Høydalsvik, 4 October 11:20AM – …
The schedule to Percona Live Europe 2016 is being finalized. It should be published soon, and it will include 3 hour and 6 hour tutorials, regular 50-minute talks, and shorter 25-minutes talks. It will not include, however, the lightning talks, a session comprising several 5-minute talks, and they are missing from the initial schedule for two reasons:
- We want to offer a chance to all attendees to propose a lightning talk for some time. We would like to have more quality material to choose from.
- They will not be in the conference venue. Instead, they will be hosted at Booking, during the community dinner.
Unlike in previous editions, though, the lightning talks will …[Read more]
The MySQL Engineering Team and Community Team will be present. We have submitted a list of very interesting talks, mostly related to the upcoming new major release of MySQL.
In an effort to involve the larger community in the talks selections, PLAM’s organization implemented a community voting process for the previous edition. If this will be again the case and if you are interested by our sessions, don’t hesitate to vote, if the vote is available, for the sessions you would like to see or just tweet about them using #perconalive …[Read more]
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