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Percona Live London is already next Monday!
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I’m currently wrapping up last things in the office to be prepared for my presentation about MySQL-Statsd at the Percona Live London conference next week. It will be a revised version of the talk I gave at the Percona Live Conference & Expo in Santa Clara, but this time it will be more focussed to the practical side and, obviously, the MySQL-Statsd daemon we open sourced recently, so if you missed that talk or think a follow up is needed you should definitely attend! Slides will also become immediately available after the talk.

I’m also looing forward to attend a lot of other talks, for instance The Shard Revisited:

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Percona Live London MariaDB-related schedule
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Percona Live London 2013 is almost here: November 11-12 2013. Team MariaDB & SkySQL will be present, and here’s an agenda if you’re interested in all things MariaDB:

  • Monday, 11.11.2013 – 2-5pm – What’s New in MariaDB 10 and MariaDB Tools – a tutorial from Ivan Zoratti. This is a hands-on lab, complete with virtual machines provided by Ivan. You’ll also get to see MariaDB Manager from the abstract.
  • Tuesday 12.11.2013 – 9.45-10.00am – What’s New in MariaDB 5.5 and what will happen with MariaDB 10.0 – a
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    New MySQL features, related technologies at Percona Live London
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    The upcoming Percona Live London conference, November 11-12, features quite a number of talks about the latest MySQL features and related technologies. There will be a lots of talks about the new MySQL 5.6 features:

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    Spil Games MySQL StatsD project on Github
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    Yesterday evening I already announced the happy news on the Spil Games Engineering blog, you can find our MySQL StatsD daemon in our Github repository here:

    https://github.com/spilgames/mysql-statsd

    It is far from perfect and the todo list is still long. You are, as it is a public repo, welcome to collaborate with us and make it even better. I can’t wait to see the first pull-request coming in!

    You can also talk to us directly at Percona Live London where we will bring a revised version of our talk at Santa Clara. This time it will be aimed more at the

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    MySQL StatsD project on Github
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    Done is better than perfect. That is one of Spil Games Engineering’s principles and it is really something I embrace. Almost one and a half year ago, Engineering started to use StatsD and Graphite for collecting and graphing performance metrics and one year ago I got fed up that there was, except for a couple of […]

    The post MySQL StatsD project on Github appeared first on Spil Games Engineering.

    Call for papers: Percona Live London
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    If you attended last April’s Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo in Santa Clara, you know it was a rare opportunity to learn from some of the most accomplished system architects and developers in the business. Now it’s time to give back.

    The call for papers (CFP) is now open for Percona Live London, November 11-12 at the Millenium Gloucester Conference Center. Login or register as speaker and submit your proposals.

    Your participation is an opportunity to make a difference. After all, the

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    Thank You Percona Live London 2012 Attendees!
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    Percona Live London wrapped up last week to very positive reviews from attendees and sponsors like those from Johan De Meersman.

    Percona was pleased to provide an engaging event for MySQL community members that featured engaging tutorials, highly rated breakout sessions, a very well-attended Tuesday community networking reception sponsored by Clustrix, and keynotes from a variety of industry experts:

    • Peter Zaitsev, Percona
    • Monty Widenius, Monty Program Ab
    • Robert Hodges, Continuent
    • Frank Terburg, Clustrix

    We were pleased to see such a varied and all inclusive group of MySQL community members in attendance. A few facts about the attendees:

    • 52% were from the United Kingdom and 35% were from other parts of Europe that
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    Percona Live London 2012 slides available
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    Many thanks to all those who attended my talk at the Percona Live London 2012 conference!
    I did put the location in the last slide, but just in case you missed the last slide (or missed my talk) you can find them here:
    http://spil.com/perconalondon2012

    I did receive a couple of questions afterwards (in the hallways of the conference) that made me realize that I forgot to clear up a couple of things.

    First of all the essence of shifting the data ownership of a specific GID towards a specific datacenter and ensuring data consistency also means one Erlang process within that very same datacenter is the owner of that data. This does also mean this Erlang process is the only that can write to the data of this GID. Don’t worry: for every GID there should be a process that



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    Once again, a split in events
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    Percona Live London 2012 happens December 3-4 2012. Naturally Oracle has decided to back UKOUG in Birmingham with interesting talks as well, happening December 3-5 2012. This is akin to the recent San Francisco/New York split for MySQL Connect & Percona Live NYC 2012.

    Lucky for us, Birmingham’s “MySQL day” seems to be December 5 2012, and by estimates, it takes about 1.5 hours for one to attend both events and see 3 days of MySQL related content.

    That aside, I’m hoping this doesn’t happen in 2013. Splitting the community is never a good idea.

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    Percona Live London 2011
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    I was at Percona Live London 2011 these past two days. Very interesting conference. Good work Peter & team — you’ve managed to gather a good 300+ people at one venue in London. So full was the venue, that during today morning’s keynote I had to sit in the spillover room and miss out on Peter calling out my name :-) (no, Stewart and I were not drinking at 9am!)

    Gave my session titled Why MariaDB? (slides). Pleasantly realized that there were many new faces. Better still, everyone has heard of MariaDB in the room. More interestingly is that a bunch of people are now also using MariaDB in production!

    Had to rush

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    Events this week: Percona Live London, LinuxCon Europe
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    A big week for conferences in Europe this week. We’re starting it off at Percona Live London 2011 (see previous post), with both Sergei Golubchik and Colin Charles presenting talks on Tuesday 25 October 2011.

    Right after, we’re headed to LinuxCon Europe, where Colin Charles will discuss The MySQL Diaspora and how there exists much choice for people today (it is not just stock MySQL one can use nowadays).

    Monty Program is sponsoring both Percona Live London as well as LinuxCon Europe. We’ll be having a booth at LinuxCon Europe, probably right next to our friends SkySQL, as we did at LinuxCon North America (Vancouver).

    Monty Program will be at Percona Live London
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    Its good to announce that Monty Program will have a presence at Percona Live London (October 24 & 25 2011), and we’re very excited about it. There will be two talks (no tutorials this time around):

  • Sergei Golubchik will present on Pluggable Authentication in MySQL and MariaDB. I’ve seen Serg give tutorials to this effect, so expect a lot within half an hour!
  • Colin Charles will present on Why MariaDB? which focuses on what new features are available today in MariaDB and how they benefit users.
  • Will we see you there? Registrations are still open and we would love to talk to you then.

    Monty Program

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