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My Presentation at the DOAG 2010

Yesterday I presented PBXT: A Transactional Storage Engine for MySQL at the German Oracle User Group Conference (DOAG) in Nuremberg. A number of people asked for the slides, so here is the link.

The talk was scheduled to be in English, but since I had a German-only audience I presented in German. There was quite a bit of interest, particularly in the Engine Level replication built into PBXT 2.0.

As Ronny observed, this feature can be used effectively for many tasks, including for online backup and maintaining a hot-standby. This all with the addition of a "small" feature:

The Master could initially stream the entire database over to the Slave before actual replication begins. This would also make it extremely easy to setup replication.

A brilliant idea, but a good 3 months work...

Back from Lisbon, off to Nuremberg

Yesterday afternoon I returned from the SAPO CodeBits 2010 conference, which took place in Lisbon, Portugal. Just like the previous year, CodeBits has been a great conference to be at and I am grateful for having been selected for participation. Thursday, the first conference day was quite a busy one for me — I gave two presentations in a row:

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Talks in Moscow, Minsk, Samara

I have my schedule pretty busy during a trip to Russia this year. In addition to giving a master class and Sphinx Conference I'm going to speak at HighLoad++. I'll also have a user meeting presentations in Samara on October 17 and Minsk on October 22 This looks like it is going to be a lot of fun …

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Diagnosing and fixing MySQL Performance Problems in Russian in Moscow, Russia

During my visit to Moscow, Russia next month I’m going to give a full day training/tutorial presentation on Diagnosing and Fixing MySQL Performance Problems . This even will be based on updated and expanded tutorial from MySQL Conference & Expo which was so popular it was sold out earlier this year. This also will be the only full day training event open to the public during this trip. There are few conference talks, user meetings and private training engagements which I’m doing on this trip as well. I’ll blog about these later.

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OpenSQL Camp Europe and FrOSCon: A summary

With OpenSQL Camp and FrOSCon being over for almost a week now, it's time to come up with a short summary. I traveled home on Monday morning and then took Tuesday off, so I had some catching up to do...

As for the past years, FrOSCon rocked again! According to the closing keynote, they had around 1.500 (unique) visitors and I had a great time there. I really enjoyed meeting all the old and new faces of the various Open Source communities. The lineup of speakers was excellent, Jon "maddog" Hall's keynote about "Free and Open Source Software in the Developing World" was quite insightful and inspiring.

Most of the time I was busy with speaking at and …

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Speaking at the DOAG Conference in Nuremberg

The DOAG ("Deutsche ORACLE Anwendergruppe e.V.") is the German association of users of Oracle products. In November 2010 (16th-18th), they will hold their annual Oracle Users Conference 2010, which will take place in Nuremberg, Germany.

This event is quite an institution – it has been established more than 20 years ago already. This year, there will be more than 400 sessions by over 300 speakers. For the first time, this year's conference will also have a dedicated stream of sessions about MySQL and I'm happy to announce that I'll be there, too, giving an overview of the various MySQL Replication Technologies as well as a glimpse into a MySQL DBA's toolchest.

Here's the full list of MySQL sessions, as of today:

Tuesday 2010-11-16

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OpenSQL Camp Europe: Some last-minute changes to the schedule

In just two days the OpenSQL Camp Europe (hosted by the excellent FrOSCon) will kick off!

We've had a few last-minute changes to the schedule, as some speakers could not make it due to visa or family issues. But we managed to keep all slots filled on both days and I think we've come up with a very nice program! In addition to the two sessions I already had, I've volunteered to take over Giuseppe's talk about Shooting from the Hip. MySQL at the Command Line.

The most up-to-date version of the schedule is on the OpenSQL Camp Wiki, I expect the remaining changes to be reflected on the …

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Reminder - UKOUG Conference CfP closes next Monday!

I just wanted to send out a friendly reminder: you still have time until next Monday, 16th of August, 8:00 am (UK) to submit MySQL-related talk proposals for the Conference Series Technology & E-Business Suite 2010 conference which will take place in Birmingham (Nov. 29th - Dec. 1st). The UK Oracle User Group is looking forward to set up a dedicated track with great talks about MySQL! Thank you.

CORRECTION: MySQL Idiosyncrasies that BITE Webinar

If you have not looked at my recent presentation that I presented at ODTUG Kaleidoscope 2010, then feel free to join me on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM EDT tomorrow at 5pm EDT when I will giving a webinar on this talk. You can register online at https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/730452824

A parallel universe

What happens when you mention Open Office and Firewall in once sentence, in public ?

People start actually building it (French Article)

Then add to that list that there's also people out there that think that running MySQL over NFS is providing them High Availability, or that using DNS Round Robin will provide them a scalable setup,

So yes .. apparently there is indeed a parallel universe out there.

And no .. I don't want to see Webmin in any Appliance .. that is a joke..., or rather a rant ..

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