The Korean MySQL Power User Group gets a special guest speaker next weekend (Oct 31 2015 – 4pm – 4:33’s offices in Gangnam — nearest train stop is Samseong station, Line 2 — post requires Cafe Naver login) — Mark Callaghan (Small Datum, @markcallaghan, and formerly High Availability MySQL). I’ve been to many of their meetups, and I think this is a great opportunity for many DBAs to learn more about how Mark helps make MySQL and MongoDB better …[Read more]
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In the beginning was the MySQL command line and it was good. Verbose yes, error prone yes, and even tedious. But it was good. The UPDATE USER set SELECT_PRIV=’Y’, DROP_PRIV_’Y”, UPDATE_PRIV=’Y’,……,LAST_BLOODY_PRIV=’Y”; type errors have caught of us old timers. But it was still good.
Then came some GUI tools that were okay. Not great but they had their uses.
And then came MySQL Workbench. And it was very good.
Now there is MySQL Workbench 6.2 and it is excellent. It came out in Beta last week and has built on the proven success of its predecessors. All the usual stuff is there – Server Status, Users & Privileges, Startup/Shutdown, logs, Dashboard, Performance Reports and more. But there area whole bunch of subtle little tweaks that make it easier to use.
For instance, the VISUAL EXPLAIN allows toggling between the visual display and the tabular display. Plus you can now get query …[Read more]
This Tuesday Markus Winand will talk at the MySQL User
Group NL meetup about "Indexes: The neglected performance
Markus is known for the http://use-the-index-luke.com website and the SQL Performance Explained book.
Date: Tuesday August 12
Location: Marktplaats/eBay Office Amsterdam
High Availability With MySQL – Jay Janssen of Percona
Monday, August 4, 2014
111 W. Washington St.
Come join Jay Janssen, Principal Consultant at Percona as he speaks about High Availability with MySQL. Jay has been with Percona since 2011. Before that, spent 7 years working for Yahoo in a variety of fields including High Availability architectures, MySQL training, tool building, global server load balancing, multi-datacenter environments, operationalization, and monitoring.
Pizza and beverages will be provided.
The inaugural Meet-up Oklahoma City MySQL Meetup is Wednesday, July
As a special guest speaker, Peter Zaitsev (CEO of Percona and co-author of High Performance MySQL) will be giving a presentation on “Best Indexing Practices”, followed by a Q/A session.
Please RSVP if you plan to attend so we can get a good headcount for food and beverages that will be provided and as always, please spread the word to friends or colleagues in the industry.
It should be a great night and great first event for the MySQL user group in OKC!
Please RSVP for next Monday’s North Texas MySQL Users Group Meeting so we will know how much pizza to order.
MYSQL Tuning Trick for Queries and Server
Monday July 14th 6PM!
Event is free to the public. Newbies welcome!
Presented By: Dave Stokes, MySQL Community Manager North America, Oracle Corporation
Plus meet Oracle Ace, Oracle MySQL Ace, and IOUG Big Shot George Trujillo who has recently moved to DFW.
6031 Connection Drive
Suite 900 Room 9068
Irving, TX 75038
Start :Monday, July 14, 2014 6:00 PM
The North Texas MySQL Uxer Group will meet July 14th in the Oracle office in Irving at 6PM. Part of the topic will be MySQL query & server tuning with MySQL Workbench and part will be a surprise from Oracle ACE, Oracle MySQL ACE, and IOUG big shot George Trujillo who was recently relocated to the Dallas / Fort Worth Area.
And yes, pizza will be served ’cause pizza makes user groups run.
6031 Connection Drive
Irving, TX 75039
I will be speaking at the Chicago MySQL Users Group meeting on May 21st at 223 South Wacker Drive. Times, subject of the talk, and other details will be flushed out later but be aware that you will have to RSVP to get you name of the security guard’s list for admission.
Chicago Pizza and MySQL 5.7
If you are a MySQL power user in Korea, its well worth joining the Korean MySQL Power User Group. This is a group led by senior DBAs at many Korean companies. From what I gather, there is experience there using MySQL, MariaDB, Percona Server and Galera Cluster (many on various 5.5, some on 5.6, and quite a few testing 10.0). No one is using WebScaleSQL (yet?). The discussion group is rather active, and I’ve got a profile there (I get questions translated for me).[Read more]
The next MySQL User Group NL meetup is this Tuesday at the Oracle
office in Utrecht.
For more info go to the Event page @ Meetup.com
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