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Recap of Enterprise LAMP Summit and Camp
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Last week I attended the Enterprise LAMP Summit and Camp in Nashville, Tennessee. I enjoyed the event and met or reconnected with a lot of great people. I was glad to be able to spend time with some folks from the Postgres community. My own sessions focused on MySQL.

During the Summit I tried to help people understand how to think about performance, and made the case that the Percona versions of the MySQL server are not only the highest-performance available, but uniquely provide the instrumentation necessary to follow a disciplined performance optimization process such as Method R or Goal-Driven Performance Optimization.

At the Camp the next day, there were several sessions on MySQL. My talk was

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Speaking at Enterprise LAMP Summit 2009
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I am speaking at Enterprise LAMP Summit 2009 (and also should be speaking at the Camp the next day, but I see the schedule isn’t quite updated yet). My talk at the Summit will not be on the future landscape of MySQL — that’s a mistake. My talk’s title isn’t finalized yet.

This conference is the first weekend in November, in the Nashville area. I hope to see you there!


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