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MySQL Connect 2013 Slides are available on [Plus]
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Hi,

You can find below the slides of the MySQL Connect 2013, enjoy!
(and much more in the slides page)


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Thanks For Attending MySQL Connect
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MySQL Connect 2013 was held this past Saturday through Monday, and I would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who attended my sessions, I talked to or otherwise took part in the conference.

I had two sessions as well as participated in a Birds of the Feather session with the Community and Support teams. The slides have been uploaded the the Content Catalog but they are not available for download from there yet. Until then you can download them from the the links below:

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Last Day of MySQL Connect 2013
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Today is Tutorial Day at MySQL Connect 2013 and yesterday was a blur. The Replication Road Map session started my day and it covered the long term development goals for MySQL Replication as well as more information on the Fabric sharding tool. Joro presented an amazing session on new security features along with some great tips for DBAs. Sadly I had to miss the other sessions as there was a meeting of the MySQL Storage Engine Partners (thanks to all the attendees) and the Oracle User Groups. Like many of you, I will be spending time going through presentations online to catch up on the session I missed.

And please let us have any feedback on MySQL Connect 2013 that you may have as we are already looking at the 2014 show.



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MySQL Connect Day 1
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Day one of MySQL Connect day 1 was a great day of technical information.

Hands-On Lab

Tomas gave another stunning keynote that covered 5.6, 5.7 and covered new innovations like the Fabric sharding software.

I sat in on a hands-on session to learn the tricks of how to run explain on another process.

Davi from Linkedin gave an amazing talk on InnoDB internals that I missed due

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September: A busy month for MySQL events
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Now with summer winding down and school back in session, we get into a very busy time with many great opportunities to discover more about MySQL with several excellent MySQL events.

At first I wanted to cover all autumn events here but if I did that this post would be far too long. So instead I’m focusing on a few wonderful MySQL events that I’m going to be involved with in September.

In a few short days we’re running Percona University at Washington, D.C. This free event on September 12 provides a great opportunity to learn about latest

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Reestablishing a MySQL Tradition Revisited
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Last may I wrote about Reestablishing a MySQL Tradition where we used to have shirts just for those who contributed code to MySQL. Unfortunately that tradition was not kept during various transitions. But Antony Curtis

This is Antony Curtis in the original Community Contributor shirt

impressed me at a conference with his shirt and so the Community Team started the process of getting shirts for our contributors. Today I am proud to announce the first shirt has been ordered and in the post to Antony.

So if you have contributed to MySQL, have an

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MySQL Connect –Davi Arnaut
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Davi Arnut will be speaking at MySQL Connect and is a great presenter. Do not miss this rare chance to hear him.

What are your speaking about at your session?
How InnoDB organizes and stores table data.

Who would benefit most from attending your session?
DBAs and developers interested in learning more about the finer details of how InnoDB organizes and stores data — and what are the implications of that.

What other sessions would you recommend or are planning to attend?
Just to name a few:
The InnoDB Buffer Pool and I/O: How It All Works [CON3497]
MySQL 5.6 at Facebook [CON7798]
MySQL at Twitter [CON8194]
MySQL @ Facebook: Lots and Lots of Small Data [CON7446]

What did you learn last year at MySQL








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MySQL Connect — Giuseppe Maxia
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Giuseppe Maxia has long been a leader of the MySQL Community and is going to be a presenter at MySQL Connect. It is hard to list everything he has done for MySQL (and harder to try to find something he has not done).

What are your speaking about at your session?
a) MySQL in a laptop, or how to test and run database servers in a single box
b) juggling your data with Tungsten replicator, or the joys of complex topologies at your fingertips.

Who would benefit most from attending your session?
DBAs, testers, database designers, application designers

What other sessions would you recommend or are planning to attend?
MySQL Replication Roadmap [CON2615]
MySQL Replication: Deep Dive into GTIDs for Scaling and High Availability [CON2610]






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MySQL Connect — Yoshinori Matsunobu
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MySQL Connect is just around the corner and one of the most popular speakers in the MySQL Community is Yoshinori Matsunobu from Facebook. This year we are lucky to have him as a speaker.

What are your speaking about at your session?
MySQL 5.6 at Facebook

Who would benefit most from attending your session?
People considering to upgrade to 5.6. I have heard many people are waiting until
we (Facebook MySQL team) deploy 5.6 in production. I can tell you our story.

What other sessions would you recommend or are planning to attend?
MySQL at Twitter [CON8194]
InnoDB: Table and Index Data Structures Architecture [CON6897]
Unlocking MySQL: Dealing with Locking in MySQL [CON4038]
MySQL Replication: Deep Dive into






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MySQL Connect — Peter Zaitsev
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MySQL Connect is rapidly approaching and one of the speakers is Peter Zaitsev, CEO of Percona. Peter volunteered to participate in our survey of MySQL Community Members.

What are your speaking about at your session?
I’m speaking about indexing best practices for MySQL, specifically focusing at a new ways MySQL 5.6 can use indexes and what opportunities does it bring.

Who would benefit most from attending your session?
This is a topic of broad interest. Developers and DBAs both need to be very familiar with a way MySQL can use sessions.

What other sessions would you recommend or are planning to attend?
There are a lot of wonderful sessions this year. Specifically I will look forward to the product information from Oracle team



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MySQL Connect — Calvin Sun
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MySQL Connect is rapidly approaching but there is still time for you to register. Calvin Sun from Twitter is going to be speaking and is the second of prominent MySQL Community members in this blog series to show you why you should join us.

What are your speaking about at your session?
MySQL at Twitter.

Who would benefit most from attending your session?
Scaling MySQL.

What other sessions would you recommend or are planning to attend?
MySQL 5.6 at Facebook [CON7798]
MySQL Performance: Benchmarks, Tuning, and “Best” Practices [CON2971]
MySQL @ Facebook: Lots and Lots of Small Data [CON7446]
InnoDB: Table and Index Data Structures Architecture [CON6897]
The InnoDB Buffer Pool and I/O: How It All Works






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MySQL Connect — Mark Callaghan
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MySQL Connect is very quickly approaching and I will have some insights from prominent members of the MySQL Community about why you should join us September 21st-23rd in San Francisco. Mark Callaghan of Facebook is the first subject and his answers are short, sweet, and concise.

What are your speaking about at your session?
The reasons and process of upgrading to 5.6.

Who would benefit most from attending your session?
People considering 5.6

What other sessions would you recommend or are planning to attend?
All of the sessions on InnoDB internals

Why should ‘Joe Average’ DBA or Developer attend MySQL Connect?
Learn more, network with others in the community, let Oracle know what you need in




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Speaking at MySQL Connect 2013
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It is hard to believe it is already closing in on a year since the last MySQL Connect, but it is true, it is time to start preparing again.

This year MySQL Connect will take place in the weekend of 21-23 September with the Monday being dedicated to tutorials. As last year MySQL Connect is part of Oracle OpenWorld and is hosted at Hilton, San Francisco Union Square.

I am fortunate enough this year to be taking part in three sessions:

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Big Data with MySQL and Hadoop at MySQL Connect 2013
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I will be talking about Big Data with MySQL and Hadoop at MySQL Connect 2013 (Sept. 21-22) in San Francisco as well as at Percona University at Washington, DC (September 12, 2013). Apache Hadoop is a very popular Big Data solution and we can nowadays easily integrate it with MySQL. I will start with a brief introduction of Apache Hadoop and its components (HFDS, Map/Reduce, Hive, HBase/HCatalog, Flume, Scoop, etc). Next I will show 2 major Big Data scenarios:

  • From file to Hadoop to MySQL. This is an example of “ELT” process: Extract data from external source; Load data into Hadoop; Transform
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MySQL Connect CFP ends April 12th
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Do not forget the Call for Papers for MySQL Connect ends in less than two weeks!

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 Scalability, High Availability

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