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PalominoDB at an industry event near you!

Find the Palomino Team at an event near you in 2013!

New York’s Effective MYSQL Meet up Group, March 12, 2013

As New York’s only active MYSQL meetup group, NY Effective MYSQL states its purpose is to share practical education for MySQL DBAs, Developers and Architects.  At their next meeting on March 12 at 6:30 PM, Laine Campbell, CEO & Principal of …

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PalominoDB at an industry event near you!

Find the Palomino Team at an event near you in 2013!

New York’s Effective MYSQL Meet up Group, March 12, 2013

As New York’s only active MYSQL meetup group, NY Effective MYSQL states its purpose is to share practical education for MySQL DBAs, Developers and Architects.  At their next meeting on March 12 at 6:30 PM, Laine Campbell, CEO & …

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Upcoming events of interest for MySQLers

Here is a collection of upcoming events that are interesting to me as a MySQL user (in some cases because I’m speaking). I think some of them are must-see events. I am sure I am missing a lot of events, but some of these are only publicized in specific channels, and I wanted to mention them here to help spread the word.

Upcoming Meetups

This coming Thursday, Charlottesville’s Neon Guild tech group will co-host a Meetup with a noted Kanban expert.

I’m joining two Meetups soon to talk about building database (MySQL) applications with the Go programming language:

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Sphinx @ Percona Live: MySQL User Conference

It’s that time of year again. The annual migration of MySQL users will soon begin! In a little more than one month’s time, much of the MySQL ecosystem will be gathered at the Percona Live: MySQL User Conference and, as usual, you can expect an appearance from the Sphinx Team. Stop by booth 302 to meet [...]

OurSQL Episode 129: New and Extended

This week we interview Shlomi Noach about the upcoming Percona Live: MySQL Conference and Expo in Santa Clara April 22-25th, 2013. There are 2 organizations with new trainings, too! Ear Candy is a resource with data models, and At the Movies is how to setup and operate Tungsten replication.

Events
Upcoming MySQL tech tours

LinuxFest Northwest will take place in Bellingham, Washington on Sat Apr 27th and Sun Apr 28th.

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Sessions I’d like to see at Percona Live MySQL Conference and Expo 2013

I’ve finally gotten around to starting to write my presentations for PLMCE2013. So, in the spirit of procrastination, I went through all of the sessions and highlighted some of the ones that I want to attend! Tutorial: Percona XtraDB Cluster Percona Server 5.6 Crossing the Production Barrier: Development at Scale MySQL performance monitoring using Statsd [...]

Sessions I’d like to see at Percona Live in April

I’m really looking forward to this year’s Percona Live MySQL Conference. This is always THE event of the year for me in the MySQL conference circuit. It’s also the first year I haven’t been a speaker! I’ve been a speaker since 2007 but this year things were too uncertain for me to submit a proposal in time.

As usual, the real highlight of the conference is seeing and talking to everyone. Technical sessions are also great, but honestly I can usually study up on technical things without going to a conference. However, nothing can replace the benefit of meeting all the dedicated MySQL community members in the hallways and at meals, and talking to MySQL-related businesses in the expo hall. Year after year, this conference has been what makes things happen: technical innovations, product launches, business initiatives, career changes, you name it — …

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A weekend in Brussels: FOSDEM 2013!

I had the pleasure to actively participate in the MySQL & Friends Devroom at FOSDEM. Met old acquaintances and made new ones. I even got the chance to speak for roughly 30 minutes... And the room was packed. On top of that I also did some "booth duty", which is the same to say that I spent sometime at the Oracle's stand (together with Sveta, Lars and Lenka), where I took the opportunity to reach out to people. It was my first time at FOSDEM, and I was much impressed by the large amount of people and by the different number of brands and open source companies represented. A big thank you to Frederic, who organized the devroom event. Since I am sure he had some help, a big thank you to everyone who helped Frederic as well. It was great to be there and discuss MySQL (replication) with a lot of different people!

Get Me Some Query Logs!

One of my favorite tools in the Percona Toolkit is pt-query-digest.  This tool is indispensable for identifying your top SQL queries, and analyzing which queries are accounting for your database load.

But the report you get from pt-query-digest is only as good as the log of queries you give it as input.  You need a large enough sample of query logs, collected over a period of time when you have representative traffic on your database.

You also need the log to include all the queries, not just those that take more than N seconds.  The reason is that some queries are individually quick, and would not be logged if you set the long_query_time configuration variable to 1 or more seconds. …

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