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MariaDB hugged Helsinki

MariaDB Roadshow Helsinki

One could say that MariaDB originates from Finland’s capital Helsinki. In fact so does MySQL. It was in the Helsinki area that MySQL saw daylight. It was here that Monty Widenius laid the ground for MySQL already in the 80’s, maybe even 1979, when he created UNIREG from which parts were reused when he together with the other 2 founders of MySQL released the first version of MySQL in 1995.

Last week, 19 years later, a MariaDB event was held in Helsinki. It was SkySQL that arranged the first in a row of this year’s MariaDB Roadshow events. The agenda included a walkthrough of MariaDB 10.0, some roadmap and MariaDB high availability options, which consisted of MariaDB Galera Cluster and …

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MySQL training in Helsinki, August

For Finnish or Northern European readers of this blog, I just wanted to advertise that there is a great MySQL training coming up in Helsinki on the 3rd week of August. The trainer will be Oli Sennhauser from Switzerland. Oli is a former collague of mine from MySQL AB and is now an independent MySQL consultant - one of the best in Europe! The curriculum is targeted at developers (more dev than ops) that are already familiar with using MySQL, and will help you get a deeper understanding of InnoDB internals, high availability, caching and other advanced topics.

You can check it out or register at the Citrus website.

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