Engine condition pushdown is a MySQL internal mechanism that is intended to avoid to send non matching rows from the storage engine to the SQL layer. This is very important when the storage engine involves traffic over the network. This mechanism was initially created to optimize MySQL Cluster (NDB) behavior. For the NDB storage engine [...]
Following the success of its first MySQL Connect edition, Oracle will hold MySQL Connect 2013 on September 21-23 in San Francisco.
The Call for Papers is now open, and will be running until April 12. We highly encourage MySQL users, customers, partners and community members to submit session proposals now.
MySQL Connect represents a unique opportunity to learn about the latest features of the best MySQL product releases ever, discuss product roadmaps, and connect directly with the engineers driving MySQL innovation.
The Conference is chock-full with technical sessions, hands-on labs, Birds of a Feather (BOF) sessions and tutorials delivered by MySQL community members, users, customers, partners and Oracle’s MySQL engineers.
The event will include five tracks: Performance and …[Read more]
Following the tremendous success of MySQL Connect, you can now watch some of the keynotes online:
The State of the Dolphin – by Oracle Chief Corporate Architect Edward Screven and MySQL Vice President of Engineering Tomas Ulin
MySQL Perspectives – featuring power users of MySQL who share their experiences and perspectives:
- Jeremy Cole, DBA Team Manager, Twitter
- Daniel Austin, Chief Architect, PayPal
- Ash Kanagat, IT Director; and Shivinder Singh, Database Architect, Verizon Wireless
You can also access slides from a number of MySQL Connect presentations in the Content Catalog. Missing ones will be added shortly (provided the speakers consented …[Read more]
It was a great experience to attend the MySQL Connect Conference for the first time ever.
Personally I was very much enthralled to present about "How to make MySQL Backups" besides attending
different sessions to absorb more knowledge about the technical
prospects of MySQL. One of the agenda items in my presentation
was "MySQL Enterprise Backup" functionality and
features. There were total of 40 attendees in the session, who
were very much interested about the MySQL Enterprise Backup
product and gave positive feedback as well as areas of
improvements on our product. Some of our features brought lot of
excitement and smile amongst our customers including,
Take the MySQL Connect 2012 Survey
Thanks to everyone who is at the first ever MySQL Connect Conference in San Francisco this weekend! Don't forget to take your Conference and Session Surveys. Your opinions help shape next year's conference.
- Take a survey for each of the sessions you attend and be entered into a drawing for one prize for $200 American Express Gift Certificate.
- Fill in the daily conference survey and be entered into a drawing for one prize for a $500 American Express Gift Card
- Surveys are located here.
Make your opinion count! Take the survey now.
Congratulations to Robin Schumacher from DataStax as …[Read more]
In the latest episode of our "Meet The MySQL Experts" podcast, I had the
pleasure of being able to interview the hosts of the OurSQL podcast,
Sheeri Cabral of Mozilla and Gerry Narvaja
of Tokutek, about the upcoming MySQL Connect Conference. Enjoy the
MySQL Connect Blog posts:
We're very pleased to announce a new keynote that will take place on Saturday morning at 10.00 am:
"Community Perspective - Why Upgrade to MySQL 5.6"
Sarah Novotny will lead a lively panel discussion with several MySQL Community members. They will share their opinions and debate about the new MySQL Database features they’re excited about.
Moderator: Sarah Novotny, CIO, Meteor Entertainment
Sheeri Cabral, Database Admin/Architect, Mozilla
Giuseppe Maxia, QA Director, Continuent
Domas Mituzas, Database Performance Team, Facebook
Mark Leith, Software Development Senior Manager, Oracle
This new keynote will follow the State of the Dolphin …[Read more]
Let’s review today the conference sessions where users and customers will describe their use of MySQL as well as best practices.
Remember you can plan your schedule with Schedule Builder.
Saturday, 11.30 am, Room Golden Gate 7:
Saturday, 1.00 pm, Room Golden Gate 7:
Saturday, 1.00 pm, Room Golden Gate 8:[Read more]
We’ve recently blogged about the various MySQL Connect sessions focused on MySQL Cluster, InnoDB, the MySQL Optimizer and MySQL Replication. But we also wanted to draw your attention to some great opportunities to network and have fun! That’s also part of what makes a good conference...
MySQL Connect Reception
San Francisco Hilton - Continental Ballroom
6:30 p.m.–8:30 p.m.
A great opportunity to network with Oracle’s MySQL engineers, partners having a booth in the exhibition hall and just about everyone at MySQL Connect. Long …[Read more]
Following my previous blog post focusing on InnoDB talks at MySQL Connect, let us review today the sessions focusing on the MySQL Optimizer:
- Saturday, 11.30 am, Room Golden Gate 6:
The goal of MySQL optimizer is to take a SQL query as input and produce an optimal execution plan for the query. This session presents an overview of the main phases of the MySQL optimizer and the primary optimizations done to the query. These optimizations are based on a combination of logical transformations and cost-based decisions. Examples of optimization strategies the presentation covers are the main query transformations, the join optimizer, the data access selection …[Read more]