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Gearing up for the Percona Live: MySQL Conference & Expo!

Join the SkySQL and MariaDB Crews in Santa Clara and Save on Registration

Percona Live: MySQL Conference and Expo 2013 starts in just 3 weeks, and it’s the premiere event for MySQL users, open-source enthusiasts, and the technology movers ‘n shakers that make up the rich and diverse MySQL ecosystem.

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Exciting Group of Speakers for MySQL & Cloud Solutions Day, Friday, April 26th in Santa Clara

Agenda includes speakers from Calpont, Codership/Galera, Craigslist, MariaDB, SkySQL and the OpenStack Foundation

Today, SkySQL and MariaDB jointly announce an exciting lineup of speakers for their MySQL and Cloud Solutions Day on Friday, April 26th, at the Hyatt Regency Santa Clara. This year’s agenda will feature database and cloud tutorials, as well as keynotes, featuring speakers from Calpont, Codership, Craigslist, MariaDB, SkySQL and the OpenStack Foundation.

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Palomino DB is Hiring!

PalominoDB is looking for good people for the following positions:  Mid-level and senior MySQL DBAs in US, Asia/Pacific, and Europe, Devops engineers in US, Asia/Pacific and Europe, and BI architects and engineers.  Technologies are MySQL, Postgres, Cassandra, Couchbase, HBase/Hadoop, Amazon Web Services, Chef, Puppet, Ansible and most monitoring/trending solutions. We support open-source software, have a non-profit program and work virtually so you can work from anywhere.  If you know someone that might be interested, please do pass this along to them. Contact us today!

Palomino DB is Hiring!

PalominoDB is looking for good people for the following positions:  Mid-level and senior MySQL DBAs in US, Asia/Pacific, and Europe, Devops engineers in US, Asia/Pacific and Europe, and BI architects and engineers.  Technologies are MySQL, Postgres, Cassandra, Couchbase, HBase/Hadoop, Amazon Web Services, Chef, Puppet, Ansible and most monitoring/trending solutions. We support open-source software, have a non-profit program and work virtually so you can work from anywhere.  If you know someone that might be interested, please do pass this along to them. Contact us today!

MariaDB Foundation vs. Open Database Alliance

So lots of folks are talking about the newly announced MariaDB Foundation. Some folks are confused as to what happened to the Open Database Alliance?

The MariaDB Foundation members include Monty Program, SkySQL, David Axmark, and Allan Larsson.

The Open Database Alliance members include Monty Program, FromDual, Open query, Percona and SoftMethod. [SkySQL was not founded when the ODBA was announced.]

The mission of the MariaDB Foundation…well, it’s not on the MariaDB Foundation web page yet, but the blog announcement says:

In its mission statement, the MariaDB Foundation exists to improve database technology, including standards …

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OurSQL Episode 115: Do You Make the Grade (part 4)?

This week, we continue our series going through the Operations Report Card as it applies to database administrators. This week in Ear Candy, we talk about a hidden client value for max_allowed_packet (separate from the session variable). In At the Movies, we present Karen Tegan Padir of Enterprise DB presenting The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same.

Events
Oracle's "Scale with MySQL" seminars:
Madrid, Tuesday 27 November

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When Disaster Strikes: Hurricane Sandy

 

We devoted the Palomino Newsletter this month to the important topic of disaster recovery, in light of the challenges posed by Hurricane Sandy. If you're not already receiving our newsletter, you can subscribe here.


Hurricane Sandy has been on many people's minds of late; mine not least.  Having lived the last 4 years of my life in Manhattan and on the Jersey Shore, the loss of lives, the destruction of homes, business and memories, and the disruption of so much has me in shock.  I grew up in Louisiana, and hurricanes were a way of life.  You didn't do something hoping that a hurricane would not come by.  You assumed a hurricane would come.  At least, that's how I was taught.  That's the mentality I try to bring into my architectures, my process and my planning as well.  So, when hurricane Sandy …

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When Disaster Strikes: Hurricane Sandy

 

We devoted the Palomino Newsletter this month to the important topic of disaster recovery, in light of the challenges posed by Hurricane Sandy. If you're not already receiving our newsletter, you can subscribe here.


Hurricane Sandy has been on many people's minds of late; mine not least.  Having lived the last 4 years of my life in Manhattan and on the Jersey Shore, the loss of lives, the destruction of homes, business and memories, and the disruption of so much has me in shock.  I grew up in Louisiana, and hurricanes were a way of life.  You didn't do something hoping that a hurricane would not come by.  You assumed a hurricane would come.  At least, that's how I was taught.  That's the mentality I try to bring into my architectures, my process and my planning as well.  So, when hurricane Sandy …

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OurSQL Episode 114: Do You Make the Grade (part 3)?

This week we continue part 3 of the Operations Report Card and how it relates to database administration. This week we talk about the section on "Operational Practices", and it covers how operations are run. In Ear Candy we present different tools for finding a machine's external IP address, and in At the Movies we present a video about MySQL Security from when Sheeri was touring Latin America in July.

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Webyog's blog noted that the OurSQL blog/podcast was among the Top MySQL Blogs You Should Be …

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OurSQL Episode 112: Do You Make the Grade (part 2)?

This week, we go through the "Modern Team Practices" part of the Operations Report Card, and how it applies to DBAs.

Events
Oracle's "Scale with MySQL" seminars:
Scale with MySQL Seminar, London, Tuesday 30 October
Bucharest Romania, Tuesday 13 November
Madrid, Tuesday 27 November

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