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Where’s the MySQL team from April - June 2021 (updated, Apr 28, 2021)

Please find below the list of shows where you can find MySQL Community and/or the MySQL team at during April to June 2021:

  • April 2021:

    • Data Love Conference/VIRTUAL, April 16, 2021

      • David Stokes, the MySQL Community Manager is going to talk about "Windowing Functions for Database Analytics", for the exact timing please check organizers' website.
    • MidwestPHP/VIRTUAL, April 22-23, 2021
      • David Stokes, the MySQL Community Manager is going to talk about "MySQL 8.0 New Features". The talk is scheduled for 1:50pm-2:30pm on April 22nd. 
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MySQL Webinar - Best practices for MySQL Performance

We are happy to announce another MySQL Webinar on the topic of "", see details below:

  • Date: Feb 16, 2021
  • Time: 2:00 pm Dubai time (GMT+4)
  • Topic: Best practices for MySQL Performance
  • Description: Of all the features that are available in MySQL, we will still need to optimize and fine tune our environment to our specific needs and the immediate or not-too-distant future growth. In this session we will have a look into ways to analyze the instances' performance and take into consideration some suggestions and best practices.
  • Speaker: Carsten Thalheimer, the MySQL Master Principal Sales Consultant
  • Registration
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Where's the MySQL Team from January - March 2021

As a continue of the regular blog posts informing you about where you can find MySQL Community & MySQL team at, please find below a list of shows you can join and listen MySQL talks & sessions. 

  • January 2021:

    • Coud Native Meetup/VIRTUAL, January 26, 2021 - URL to be provided later on.
      • Frederic Descamps, the MySQL User Group Manager will talk on: "MySQL 8.0: Why to use MySQL 8.0 and how to deploy a web application in OCI using MySQL Database Service" 
      • Scheduled for January 26th as EMEA & JAPAC session & January 27th, 2021.
    • OpenSource Conference Osaka/VIRTUAL, January 30, 2021
      • Yoshiaki …
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Regular MySQL Webinars

We are happy to inform you know about regular MySQL Webinars run by Carsten Thalheimer, the MySQL Solution Engineer. They are scheduled once a month and they are fully virtual. See details below:

  • In English:
  • In German
    • Timing: every first Friday of a month
    • Focus: German speaking audience (focus D-A-CH)
    • Webinar Title: Things I should have known before I installed MySQL... …
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MySQL at OpenSource Week, Dec 1-2, 2020

We are pleased to announce that you can find MySQL session (in Italian) on RIOS OpenSource Week during Dec 1-4, 2020. See details below:

  • Event Name: RIOS OpenSource Week
  • Event Date: Dec 1-4, 2020
  • URL
  • MySQL Session (under Finance Track): "MySQL nel fintech: una storia enterprise" (in Italian)
  • Speaker: Vittorio Cioe, the MySQL Sales Consultant for Eastern Europe, CIS, Israel and Turkey
  • Session date & time: Dec 3, 2020 @ 11:20 CET

MySQL talk is visible for registered people only, so please feel free to register! 

We are happy to invite you to Open Source Week and our MySQL talk! …

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Where's the MySQL Team from November to December 2020

We would like to return to the regular announcements about where you can find MySQL Community team or MySQL experts at during Nov-Dec 2020. All the shows we are attending by end of this year are mostly VIRTUAL ones. Please find more details below:

  • November, 2020:

    • GSCC2020/Virtual, November 14, 2020, @5:00-6:00pm

      • David Stokes, the MySQL Community Manager will be talking about "MySQL 8.0 Features for Developers"
    • MoodleMoot Global/Virtual, Nov 16-18, 2020
      • Please visit our online booth where you can talk online to our booth staff. Please also …
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MySQL Day by Oracle India User Group on September 26, 2020

Our pleasure to announce the MySQL Day which will be hold on September 26, 2020. Please find more details below and at the Oracle India User Group website.

  • Name: MySQL Day
  • Date: September 26, 2020
  • Agenda: 
    • 11:00 to 11:20 - Welcome: MySQL Day Agenda by Sanjay Manwani, the MySQL India Dev. Sr. Director, Oracle. 
    • 11:30 to 12:00 - Keynote: State of MySQL by Tomas Ulin, the Vice President, Oracle
    • 12:15 to 13:15 - Hands-On: Introduction to MySQL Database Service (MDS) by Jothir Ganesan, the Software Development Manager, Oracle  
    • 13:15 to 14:15 - Lunch Break    
    • 14:15 to 15:00 - Hands-on: Backup and restore of MDS  by Gagan Goel, the Senior Development Manager, …
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Percona Projects for Google Summer of Code – 2020

We are proud to announce that Percona was selected as a participating organization for the Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2020 program, this is our second year as a participating org with the GSoC program.

GSoC is a great program to involve young student developers in open source projects. We participated in the program in 2019 for the first time and we were really happy and satisfied with the results.
Percona Platform Engineering team decided to participate again for the 2020 program and we are glad and really happy to inform you that we were selected and welcome the student to work with our team during the summer of 2020 on their GSoC Project.


We started planning for GSoC around November-December 2019, with the help from our Product Management team, we were able to shortlist a few ideas which we thought were really the right fit for …

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MySQL-Shell using the Pluggable Password Store and the API Command-Line Interface

Early on in the MySQL 8.0 Release series there were a couple of key items related to our everyday use.  They are MySQL-Shell‘s establishing the “Pluggable Password Store” in 8.0.12, and its super enhance API Command Line Interface in 8.0.13… which the Pluggable Password Store also adopted. Sadly, most content highlighting the API CLI capability when it came… Read More »

MySQL Workbench managing MySQL behind a Private IP

There are many users of MySQL in Cloud environment regions. It’s ideal that those MySQL instances are implemented with only private-ips in the respective Subnet. No public-ips. For that matter, all cloud infrastructure resources are ideally placed behind networks that provision only private-ips.  This limits any front-end attack surface for an application stack.  Certainly the up coming MySQL… Read More »

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