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Bristol MySQL Meetup & Holland Part II
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So just a quick note to express how great it felt to get the first MySQL Meetup in the UK's Bristol done. We had great enthusiastic attendees bringing their own curiosity about the product. We spent a couple of hours in conversation about a broad range of MySQL related topics. Amongst the points discussed were; MySQL Connect, Percona Live London, InnoDB vs. MyISAM, replication, query tuning and Ben gave a demo on pt-query-digest and pt-visual-explain. Although we touched many aspects it was really a primer for what we would like to achieve going forward. We're planning content and dates for the next meetup so keep an eye on the meetup page. I want to express that all comers are welcome whether you're fantastically experienced or a curious noob there's place for you. The group has already made many friends such as TomD  [Read more...]
MySQL Webinar: 5 proactive measures to help minimize MySQL downtime, July 17
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Failure is an unavoidable part of IT life, but it does not always have to imply MySQL service downtime. In the years I have been working at Percona, I have been involved in many customer emergency cases, and I have seen a good number of problems that could have been avoided or alleviated if relatively simple proactive measures were taken.

On July 17th 2013, at 10 a.m. PDT, I will be delivering a webinar focused on presenting the Top 5 such measures, with the objective of helping you assess your current situation, and implement any needed changes to avoid production downtime in the future. The webinar is titled:

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2010 Percona Training Schedule
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After a nice long vacation, it's time to unveil our destinations for public classes in 2010.  We are now offering a course for Developers as well as DBAs.  The dates are:

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