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MinervaDB Athena 2020 – MySQL 8 Observability by Peter Zaitsev

MinervaDB Athena 2020 – MySQL 8 Observability by Peter Zaitsev

Peter Zaitsev (Founder and CEO of Percona) spoke in MinervaDB Athena 2020 about MySQL 8 observability, Troubleshooting MySQL performance proactively. In this talk, Peter share about what are MySQL performance metrics we should consider for building optimal MySQL infrastructure performance addressing performance, scalability and reliability.

⊗ MySQL 8 Observability by Peter Zaitsev

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MinervaDB Athena 2020 -Role of Venture Capital Companies in building Database Systems Companies by Anandamoy Roychowdhary

Role of Venture Capital Companies in building Database Systems Companies by Anandamoy Roychowdhary

Anandamoy Roychowdhary (a.k.a Roy) talked about how Venture Capital companies like Sequoia Capital can help you in building successfully Database Systems companies both strategically and technically. In this talk, Roy shared the most common metrics followed by Sequoia Capital to measure business from seed stage to the growth capital phase with more insights to how open source projects get evolved to wider adoption, community development and institutionalization of the business.

⊗ Talk from Roy on how venture capital companies can help you to build the Database Systems startups / business for scale

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MinervaDB Athena 2020 – Profiling Linux Operations for Performance and Troubleshooting by Tanel Poder

MinervaDB Athena 2020 – Profiling Linux Operations for Performance and Troubleshooting by Tanel Poder

In Athena 2020, Tanel Poder talked about troubleshooting Linux operations performance based on the detailed forensics and evidence collection through0x.tools (Linux Process Snapper from Tanel), Which is a free, open source /proc file system sampling tool which annotates Linux thread handling activities more intuitively. The talk was really interesting for Open Source Database Systems folks who attended the conference because they spend most of their professional hours troubleshooting performance of their Database Infrastructure Operations for optimal performance and also in this talk Tanel’s approach was bottom-up (interpreting performance metrics with Linux probes) compared top-down approach (depending on Database Systems metadata views), You can download the PDF of the talk

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Fixing low durability GTID replica with Voodoo

At my FOSDEM talk earlier this year, I gave a trick for fixing a crashed GTID replica.  I never blogged about this, so now is a good time.  What is pushing me to write on this today is my talk at MinervaDB Athena 2020 this Friday.  At this conference, I will present more details about MySQL replication crash safety.  So you know what to do if you want to learn more about this subject.  Let's now

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